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Alan Gold Wins Full Tilt Poker UKIPT Galway Main Event for €187,494

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Aug/12/2013
Alan Gold Wins Full Tilt Poker UKIPT Galway Main Event for €187,494

Scottish poker payer Alan Gold has won the 2013 Full Tilt Poker UKIPT Galway Main Event and the €187,494 that comes with it.  This is Gold’s biggest win on the live poker circuit.

Gold entered the final table as chip leader and maintained that dominating lead throughout.

As a consolation prize, Gold also has free entries to all the remaining stops for the fourth season of the UKIPT

 

1st

Alan Gold

€187,494*

2nd

Paul Febers

€149,906*

3rd

Daragh Davey

€80,400

4th

Dimitri Pembroke

€62,000

5th

Damian Porebski

€45,300

6th

Benjamin Spragg

€30,210

7th

Christy Morkan

€22,310

8th

Jonathan Slater

€16,500

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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