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by Card Player News Team |  Published: Oct 01, 2010


Kevin Stani Wins European Poker Tour Tallinn The PokerStars European Poker Tour Tallinn stood out for many reasons; it was the first stop of season 7, the first time an EPT was held in the Baltic States, a field of 420 ensured it broke the record for the biggest poker event ever to be held in Estonia, and Luca Pagano set a record of his own with 15 EPT cashes including his finish in this €4,250 buy-in main event. Last but not least was something many poker fans were holding their breath over — would Team PokerStars Pro member Arnaud Mattern become the first ever double EPT champion? Unfortunately the answer soon became apparent when Norwegian Kevin “KevBoyStar” Stani took over the chip lead from the Frenchman at the final table, and never looked back. The 27-year-old PokerStars qualifier received €400,000 for first place, and a seat to the EPT ...

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