Huge Bluff Fail in Battle for €562,000 and the EPT Dublin Crown

Huge Bluff Fail in Battle for €562,000 and the EPT Dublin Crown

In this story:  Last Season's European Poker Tour Player of the Year, Poland's Dzmitry Urbanovich, won the 2016 PokerStars EPT Season 12 Dublin Main Event - his first EPT Main Event title - and the €561,900 first-place prize that came along with it. Gilles Bernies, the man Urbanovich defeated in heads-up play, is a part-time poker player, student, and DJ...

Last Season’s European Poker Tour Player of the Year, Poland’s Dzmitry Urbanovich, won the 2016 PokerStars EPT Season 12 Dublin Main Event – his first EPT Main Event title – and the €561,900 first-place prize that came along with it.

Gilles Bernies, the man Urbanovich defeated in heads-up play, is a part-time poker player, student, and DJ from Germany. He went through the event breathing heavily and taking his time throughout all the hands he played. The 27-year-old Bernies took a massive lead into heads-up play, but could not deny the young Polish phenom the title.

Watch this pivotal hand played between Dzmitry Urbanovich and Gilles Bernies during their heads-up battle for the Main Event crown at EPT 12 Dublin.

 

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