7th of April 2015 Author: Glo Wood
Greek player Ioannis Triantafyllakis won the Paddy Power Irish Poker Open over the weekend after facing Kevin Killeen in the heads up that included a two-way split.
Triantafyllakis earned a Euro 209,500 paycheck plus a satellite Sole Survivor bonus of Euro 50,000 as the final online qualifier from Paddy Power. In second place, Killeen won Euro 192,500.
The field of 300 participants in the Euro 3,500 buy-in main event dwindled down to Donnacha O'Dea, Declan Connolly, Michael Wang, Fergal Cawley, Baard Dahl, Andreas Gann, Killeen and Triantafyllakis.
Killeen and Triantafyllakis worked out a 2-way chop giving Euro 209,500 to Triantafyllakis and Euro 192,500 to Killeen rather than the first prize of Euro 250,000 and second prize of Euro 152,000.
Additional Final Table Payouts:
Declan Connolly Euro 111,750
Michael Wang Euro 82,750
Donnacha O'Dea Euro 61,850
Fergal Cawley Euro 46,500
Baard Dahl Euro 35,250
Andreas Gann Euro 26,750
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Great win for that Greek player Ioannis Triantafyllakis, who have a tough, tough name:) I don't have a chance to see him in action just yet but obviously he had a talent and a scary look too:) This is a great reward for his affords at the Paddy Power Irish Poker Open with more than 300 participants.
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