Roberto Romanello Wins 2010 EPT Prague Main Event

With models like Hana Soukupova a dime a dozen there, we should be paying more attention to what's going on in the Czech Republic.

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.

 

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