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Michal Mrakes Wins Party Poker Live’s 2017 Main Event

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Jun/07/2017

Party Poker Live’s Germany at the King’s Casino Rozvadov, Czech Republic had German pro Michal Mrakes scooping the Main Event, fighting off 819 other hopefuls to take home the €200,000 first prize to continue his successful run on Czech soil.

This was a $1million guarantee event featuring a €1100 buy-in event.

The full Final Table results were as follows:

1     Michal Mrakes

       Germany

       €200,000

2     Sandro Pitzani

       Netherlands

       €120,000

3     Grzegorz Gosk

       Poland   €80,000

4     Eddy Scharf

       Germany

       €58,500

5     Raul Cuc

       Germany

       €45,000

6     Natalia Breviglieri

       England €32,500

7     Sonay Kehya

       Netherlands

       €22,500

8     ‘Silverer’

       Germany       €15,000

9     Frederic Femot

       Belgium

         €10,000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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