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This Week's Big Winner: Dzmitry Urbanovich Wins EPT Dublin Main Event

20-Year-Old Pro Adds €561,900 To Poker Resume

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Mar 30, 2016


Polish poker pro Dzmitry Urbanovich has only been on the tournament circuit since the latter half of 2014, but the 20-year-old phenom has already managed to rack up $4.9 million in career live tournament earnings. While he normally dominates the high roller circuit, Urbanovich recently captured his first European Poker Tour main event victory by taking down EPT Dublin for €561,900 ($632,279), the third largest score of his career. Urbanovich now has 49 cashes and 10 tournament titles on his poker resume and currently sits in seventh place in the 2016 Card Player Player of the Year race. It took a long comeback for Urbanovich to secure the title. Here’s a look at the five biggest hands from 61 hands of heads-up play that propelled Urbanovich to victory. Tournament: EPT Dublin Main Event Buy-In: €5,300 • No. of Entries: 605 • Prize Pool: €3,025,000 • 1st Place Prize: €561,900 The ...

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