Tuesday October 20, 2015 at 5:52 am

The 2015 WSOPE is being hosted at Spielbank Berlin Casino in Berlin, Germany. The Main Event Championship is currently under way. Eight of the total ten events are complete and we have 8 new bracelet winners including Barny Boatman.

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This year's World Series of Poker Europe was hosted at Spielbank Berlin (Casino) in Berlin, Germany. The timing for the 8th overall version of the WSOPE was perfect and coincided with Oktoberfest. What could be better than beer drinking and poker? Two great tastes that taste great together.

 

We're already deep into the action at the WSOPE Berlin. The first eight events are complete. The €10,450 Main Event is underway and the €25,600 High Roller event is only a couple of days away.

WSOPE CROWNS EIGHT BRACELET WINNERS

2015 WSOPE Berlin Bracelet Winners:

  • Event #1: Makarios Avramidis (Greece)
  • Event #2: Dietrich Fast (Germany)
  • Event #3: Richard Gryko (UK)
  • Event #4: Ryan Hefter (USA)
  • Event #5: Alex Komaromi (Uruguay)
  • Event #6: Pavlos Xanthopoulos (Greece)
  • Event #7: Barny Boatman (UK)
  • Event #8: Georgios Sotiropoulos (Greece)
  • Event #9: ??? Main Event Champion TBD
  • Event #10: ??? High-Roller TBD

OVERALL RESULTS AT 2015 WSOPE BERLIN

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Barny Boatman wins his second career bracelet

Here is a complete list of final table results from the 2015 WSOPE Berlin...

WSOPE - Event #1: €2,200 NL 6-Handed

Entrants: 197

Prize Pool: €328,180

  • 1. Makarios Avramidis (Greece) - €105,000
  • 2. Frederic Schwarzer (Germany) - €64,930
  • 3. Paul Michaelis (Germany) - €45,860
  • 4. Stephen Chidwick (UK) - €32,600
  • 5. Ricardo Alvarado (USA) - €23,310
  • 6. Marvin Rettenmaier (Germany) - €16,740

 

WSOPE - Event #2: The Oktoberfest €440 NL Hold'em

Entrants: 2,144

Prize Pool: €1,039,000

  • 1. Dietrich Fast (Germany) - €157,749
  • 2. John Gale (UK) - €97,804
  • 3. Rodrigo Caprioli (Brazil) - €73,699
  • 4. Vojtech Cervinka (Czech Republic) - €56,278
  • 5. Steve O'Dwyer (USA) - €43,409
  • 6. Adrian Apmann (Austria) - €33,808
  • 7. Sandro Wüest (Switzerland) - €26,587
  • 8. Jörn Henrik Winter (Germany) - €21,115
  • 9. Harry Lodge (UK) - €16,935

 

 

WSOPE - Event #3: €3,250 PLO 8-Handed

Entrants: 161

Prize Pool: €468,510

  • 1. Richard Gryko (UK) - €126,345
  • 2. Mike Leah (Canada) - €78,150)
  • 3. Mikkel Plum (Denmark) - €55,755
  • 4. Roberto Romanello (UK) - €40,480
  • 5.: Lawrence Lazar (USA) - €29,940
  • 6. Benjamin Pollak (France) - €22,535
  • 7. Max Pescatori (Italy) - €17,240
  • 8. Ismael Bojang (Germany) - €13,445

 

 

WSOPE - Event #4: Monster Stack €1,650 NL Hold'em

Entrants: 508

Prize Pool: €843,900

  • 1. Ryan Hefter (USA) - €176,205
  • 2. Gilbert Diaz (France) - €109,625
  • 3. Carlos Chang (Taiwan) - €80,170
  • 4. Henrik Hecklen (Denmark) - €59,495
  • 5. Diego Ventura (Peru) - €44,725
  • 6. Armin Eckl (Germany) - €34,180
  • 7. Justin Frolian (Germany) - €26,415
  • 8. Richard Sheils (UK) - €20,675
  • 9. David Peters (USA) - €16,455

 

 

WSOPE - Event #5: €2,200 8-Game Mixed (6-Handed)

Entrants: 113

Prize Pool: €219,220

  • 1. Alex Komaromi (Uruguay) - €65,740
  • 2. Scott Clements (USA) - €40,645
  • 3. Noah Bronstein (USA) - €29,200
  • 4. Jonathan Duhamel (Canada) - €21,065
  • 5. Shaun Deeb (USA) - €15,235
  • 6. Jens Lakemeier (Austria) - €11,025

 

 

WSOPE - Event #6: €3,250 NL Hold'em

Entrants: 256

Prize Pool: €744,960

  • 1. Pavlos Xanthopoulos (Greece) - €182,510
  • 2. Mario Lopez (Argentina) - €112,785
  • 3. Thierry Gogniat (France) - €81,500
  • 4. Sam Chartier (Canada) - €59,970
  • 5. Farid Jattin (USA) - €44,920
  • 6. Alex Rocha (USA) - €34,270
  • 7. Fabrice Soulier (France) - €26,520
  • 8. Artan Dedusha (UK) - €20,860
  • 9. Sergi Reixach (UK) - €16,685

 

 

WSOPE - Event #7: €550 PLO

Entrants: 503

Prize Pool: €243,955

  • 1. Barny Boatman (UK) - €54,725
  • 2. Grzegorz Grochulski (Poland) - €33,910
  • 3. Shannon Shorr (USA) - €24,520
  • 4. Jose Obadia (Spain) - €18,000
  • 5. Doug Lee (Canada) - €13,220
  • 6. Dominik Maska (Germany) - €9,980
  • 7. Pawel Bakiewicz (Poland) - €7,560
  • 8. Damian Pawlak (Poland) - €5,780

 

 

WSOPE - Event #8: €1,100 Turbo NL Hold'em w/Re-Entry

Entrants: 546

Prize Pool: €546,000

  • 1. Georgios Sotiropoulos (Greece) - €112,133
  • 2. Paul Tedeschi (France) - €69,361
  • 3. Benjamin Zamani (USA) - €50,719
  • 4. Andre Lommel (Luxembourg) - €37,636
  • 5. Rafal Tomczak (Poland) - €28,318
  • 6. John Racener (USA) - €21,600
  • 7. Brian Hastings (USA) - €16,703
  • 8. Byron Kaverman (USA) - €13,094
  • 9. Asher Conniff (USA) - €10,402

For complete coverage, updates, and full list of players who cashed in each event, head over to the WSOPE site.

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