Michael Eiler Wins 2010 EPT Vienna Poker Tournament

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Patrick Flanigan
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Michael Eiler Wins 2010 EPT Vienna

A 20-year old poker player who plays mostly online, Michael Eiler has won the 2010 EPT Vienna Poker Tournament after qualifying online through a satellite tournament held by PokerStars, the online poker room sponsoring the EPT Vienna event.  He also takes home the massive €700,000 first place prize. 

All eyes were on Daniel Negreanu in this event as he was looking to top the all-time money list in live tournaments and become a Triple Crown winner (winner of an EPT, WPT, and WSOP title).  Negreanu instead finished in 4th place and left the event with a cool €175,000.

Here were your 2010 EPT Vienna Poker Tournament results and cashouts.

1st: Michael Eiler – €700,000


2nd: Martin Hruby – €470,000


3rd: Konstantinos Nanos – €265,000


4th: Daniel Negreanu – €175,000


5th: Luca Cainelli – €140,000


6th: Andreas Wiese – €105,000


7th: Matthias Lotze – €76,000


8th: Bruno Launais – €60,000

- Patrick Flanagan reporting for Gambling911.com



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