Glen Chorny Wins EPT Grand Final

Canadian Glen Chorny win EPT Grand Final Monte CarloWell, there was no U.S. American repeat at the EPT Grand Final.

However, the title will remain on North American soil.

Glen "Do I Make You" Chorny, a Canadian, has won the 2008 PokerStars.com EPT Grand Final.

For the win, Chorny banks $3,198,500, which is even more in Canada. Cause their dollar is worth more than ours. And we didn’t even lose a war. In related news, up is down and black is white.

Chorny defeated Denes Kalo, a Hungarian, whose name backwards is Olak Sened, which sounds Norwegian, for the title. "Oui-oui" Canadian Maxime Villemure finished third. And the highest finishing U.S. American was Isaac ‘westmenloAA’ Baron in fourth.

Of note, our favorite funny sounding name remaining Big Top Pee-Wee Stip Top Rasmussen, finished 10th.

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7 Responses

  1. to last commenter

    April 18, 2008 6:41 am, Reply

    3,198,500.00 USD = 3,223,005.82 CAD
    or
    2,020,000.00 EUR = 3,203,488.64 CAD
    2,020,000.00 EUR = 3,181,683.93 USD
    either way you run it, it would be more in Canadian

  2. Anonymous

    April 18, 2008 10:57 am, Reply

    yes mookie, those figures are right. But the post states that the cad is worth more then the usd, which is not true. I did use the word “if” in my first post.

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