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The last European Poker Tour event of 2018 wrapped up Tuesday in Prague with Germany's Paul Michaelis beating a final table that included a few well-known PocketFivers on his way to picking up €840,000 ($954,677) and a trip to the Bahamas to play in the $25,000 PokerStars Players Championship in January. The eight-handed final table began on Monday before stopping with six players left to return on Tuesday. It took just a few hands at the final table on Monday for the first elimination to happen. Diego Zeiter moved all in for 1,305,000 from middle position and Alexandr Merzhvinskii calle
It's almost time for the World Series of Poker. It's a little more than a month away and will attract players from around the world to Las Vegas, among them Ukraine's Artem FaNjkEEEKobylynskyi (pictured). He'll come armed to this year's WSOP with plenty of confidence, as he's just a few weeks removed from earning his $3 million cash badge on PocketFives. "I'll try to do my best to play poker in 2015 and I hope I can succeed," he said of his poker play heading into the rest of the year. So far in 2015, Kobylynskyi has won the 888 PokerTurbo Mega Deep and finished second in a Winamax W Series