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European Poker Tour Rolls Into Copenhagen & Berlin

by Ryan Lucchesi |  Published: May 01, 2010


As the European Poker Tour ramped up its 2010 jaunts across the continent ahead of the highly-anticipated Grand Final in Monte Carlo in April, Card Player stopped by the final tables in Copenhagen and Berlin to get the story of its latest champions. The PokerStars European Poker Tour Copenhagen found its winner after one of the _Tour_’s longer running final tables. It didn’t help that nine players began the day instead of the usual eight. However with the departure of Denmark’s Magnus Hansen, the EPT had its final eight once more. After hours of play filled with a mix of surprise twists and turns and periods of folding, eight became one, and 22-year-old Anton Wigg from Sweden took home DKK 3,675,000 (€494,000) for first place. It seemed as if it was slipping away from the young pro at times when heads up against Italian Francesco de Vivo. However, he ...

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