Event #15 of the World Series of Europe, the ground-breaking festival was one for the books with winners name and prizes were listed.
Anthony Zinno leads the WSOP Europe final table with six players remaining in Rozvadov, as the American poker pro shoots for his third WSOP bracelet.
Julien Martini led for much of Day 2 while Dario Sammartino has shown just how little of a fluke his summer performance was.
One of the most preciously sought WSOPE bracelets of the Series so far saw British poker legend Sam Trickett denied his first-ever bracelet by Australian player Kahle Burns.
British player Billy Chattaway managed to come close to his first-ever WSOP bracelet but fell short toAsi Moshe, who won the PLO/No-Limit Hold'em Mix event.
Greek player Vangelis Kaimakamis won his debut WSOP bracelet after a win-from behind heads-up victory in the Mini Main Event against Israel's Shahar Levi.
Two more champions took the plaudits as the second week of the World Series of Poker Europe moved into its second week in Rozvadov.
WSOPE saw Phil Hellmuth come close to yet more glory and Tomas Fara is the winner of Event #7 Turbo Bounty Hunter Event bagging €59,904.
James Chen won in Super High Roller Event #4 for a massive €2,844,215 payday and Shaun Deeb has overtaken Robert Campbell for the POTY 2019 race.
We’ve seen the first bracelet winner awarded his prize, and some big changes have impacted the race for the 2019 Player of the Year title.