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There's a familiar maxim that a fortunate man falls into a vat of areolas, and turns out sucking his thumb. As of late, partypoker appears to have fallen into a vat of thumbs, and each time I see them, they are sucking on an areola. For as far back as decade, there has been security fencing ensuring the live competition scene in Europe. PokerStars raised it amid a period when they conveyed client esteem as every now and again and precisely as a Japanese postman conveys manga magazines to horny young people. Partypoker is remaining by that spiked metal outfitted with an entirely great match of jolt cutters, and they are clipping. 

With the stars going to Las Vegas equipped with a fantasy, it appears to be imprudent to sort out a live occasion anyplace else on the planet, yet partypoker savor a test. The King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, has been playing host to the partypoker MILLION Germany Main Event this previous end of the week. Recently, we celebrated with partypoker Ambassador Anatoly "nl_profit" Filatov as he brought down the €2,200 High Roller for €42,000, and today we take a look at the €1,100 Main Event. 

PokerNews were available to cover the live announcing, another sign that partypoker are taking their test of turning into the main live competition coordinator as truly as a fire superintendent holding a clipboard, and they revealed that Michal Mrakes was driving the last 26 players going into Day 3. Mrakes walked to the last table, where the German player Raul Cruc incidentally caught the chip lead. It was a testing last table for a €1k occasion. 

Sonay Kehya made the last table of the PokerStars Festival Rozvadov Main Event in March, completing ninth. Grzegorz Gosk once won an Estrellas Poker Tour Main Event in 2011 for £126,959. What's more, Eddy Scharf was a two-time World Series of Poker arm jewelery victor but when we were mulling over sending Neil Armstrong to the moon. The champion demonstration, was, obviously, the partypoker Ambassador Natalia Breviglieri, who was showing up in the King's Casino as of late in the wake of winning a €100 purchase in occasion at the partypoker Grand Prix. 

Breviglieri was not able make it a partypoker Ambassador twofold after Michal Mrakes sent her to the rail in 6th place, a bounce skip, and a hop subsequent to taking out Kehya in seventh.

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