With all of the Reid BillTM hullabaloo going on, plus the reappearnce of the unfortunately named Anurag Dikshit (pronounced ‘dick-shit’), it was easy to overlook a tournament that’s 5,731.1 miles away with nobody we ever heard of at the final table.
However, that doesn’t diminish the fact that Roberto Romanello bested a field of 563 to capture the 2010 EPT Prague Main Event.
For the win, the good-natured Romanello (who was wearing a Full Tilt patch to the PokerStars party) banks €640,000. He defeated Emilliano Bono (€435,000) heads-up for the title.
Get full payouts here.
Even you need a better “feel” for the event than what we provided, check out the photo gallery here.