Dzimitry Urbanovich does it again, wins EPT Dublin Main Event. iGNA conference preview. Germany’s anti-online gambling laws are ruled illegal by EU court. And more.
Dzimitry Urbanovich wins EPT Dublin
It’s sometimes quite amazing at the hot streaks tournament poker players can go on, and Dzimitry Urbanovich’s current streak dating back to March of 2015 is quite amazing. Over the past year Urbanovich has tallied seven six-figure cashes, including a pair of seven-figure scores.
Urbanovich is already Poland’s all-time money leader, and pocketed over $4 million in 2015. And it appears he’s starting 2016 right where he left off in 2015.
Urbanovich’s latest victory came in the European Poker Tour (EPT) Dublin Main Event, where the Polish poker pro walked away with his first major tournament title and added another $632k to his career tournament earnings, which now top $4.8 million.
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