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EPT Barcelona Main Event Final: Andre Lettau Is the Champion, But Samuel Phillips Won More

Posted at 18:00 2014-08-28 by PokerNetwork Staff

The record-breaking EPT Barcelona finished off with a marathon 15-hour final table and an epic heads-up battle that went on for six hours on it's own.

There had been a total of 1,496 runners who'd stumped up €5,300 to play the first European Poker Tour event of Season 11.

Of course, there could be only one winner and that man was Andre Lettau, the German taking home the title and €794,058 after a deal was made three-handed with Samuel Phillips and Hossein Ensan. Phillips took the vast majority in the deal, banking over a million euros in total (€1,021,275) while Ensan picked up €652,667.

Chipcounts of the Final Table

PlayerChips
Hossein Ensan10,295,000
Samuel Phillips9,035,000
Ji Zhang6,480,000
Andre Lettau5,405,000
Slaven Popov3,720,000
Andrey Shatilov3,675,000
Kiryl Radzivonau3,420,000
Andrea Dato2,825,000

Payout structure

PlacePrize (€)
11,261,000
2709,000
3498,000
4362,000
5286,000
6224,500
7171,600
8121,300

Final results

PlacePlayerChips
1Andre Lettau€794,058*
2Samuel Phillips€1,021,275*
3Hossein Ensan€652,667*
4Andrea Dato€362,000
5Andrey Shatilov€286,000
6Kiryl Radzivonau€224,500
7Ji Zhang€171,600
8Slaven Popov€121,300

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