EPT Hungary For A Fry
November 3, 2021
William Fry has taken down Hungary's first European Poker Tour Main Event, earning himself EUR595,839 in the process. Fry, a poker player from Nottingham, beat out 531 other players to claim the Hungarian title, the last of which was Romania's Ciprian Hrisca, who he defeated heads-up. For the second place finish, Hrisca earned EUR342,608.

The final table finish positions for the EPT Budapest tournament were as follows:

1st. William Fry- EUR595,839 ($754,000 USD*)
2nd. Ciprian Hrisca- EUR342,608 ($434,000 USD*)
3rd. Martin Jacobson- EUR197,904 ($250,000 USD*)
4th. Albert Iverson- EUR153,216 ($194,000 USD*)
5th. Marino Serenelli- EUR127,680 ($161,500*)
6th. Gino Alacqua- EUR100,016 ($126,500*)
7th. Zoltan Toth- EUR78,736 ($100,000*)
8th. Johnny Lodden EUR53,200 ($67,000*)
(*US Dollar conversions based on current rough approximations)

The next European Poker Tour stop will be in Warsaw Poland, where last year over 350 players decided to compete. The 2008 EPT Polish Open is set to begin November 15th.

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