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EPT9 Deauville: Benjamin Nicault wins the €1k turbo for €48,070

Benjamin Nicault yesterday won the €1,100 turbo for €48,700 to score the perfect start to EPT Deauville. His €48,070 first place prize He's won enough to buy into every remaining event here, including the €5,300 Main Event, €10,300 HIgh Roller and €10,300 PLO Championship, brick every tournament and still have enough left to pay his hotel bill. That's how to set yourself up for a EPT festival.

EPT9 Deauville, event #2
Date: 3 February 2013
Buy-in: €1,100
Game: NLHE turbo
Players: 170
Prize pool: €163,200

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Benjamin Nicault

1. Benjamin Nicault, France, €48,070
2. Yngve Steen, Norway, €27,340
3. Senol Karahasan, Turkey, €15,900
4. Sebastian Dornbracht, Norway, €12,000
5. Tadas Zitkevicius, Lithuania, €9,800
6. Thierry Fardel, France, €7,670
7. Thomas Butzhammer, France, €6,000
8. Benjamin Juhasz, Hungary, €4,400
9. Mauro Montemagno, Switzerland, €3,430
10. Pierre Cecco, France, €3,430
11. Michael Comer, Australia, €3,100
12. Nikolay Atabekyan, France, €3,100
13. Mantas Visockis, Lithuania, €2,770
14. Jeffrey Hakim, Lebanon, €2,770
15. Karoly Kiss, Uk, €2,450
16. Bernard Graffouillere, France, €2,450
17. Ludovic Sultan, France, €2,130
18. Alisher Mamadiyarov, France, €2,130
19. Kewin Lambert, Switzerland, €2,130
20. Peter Bosen, France, €2,130

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