The World Series of Poker Europe is an expansion of the World Series of Poker. The WSOP-E is held exclusively in London and debuted in 2007 as a three-event series. This was the first time the WSOP bracelet was won outside of Las Vegas. Annette Obrestad, the winner of the inaugural WSOP-E Main Event at age 18, is the youngest-ever WSOP bracelet owner.
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|Tournament||Winner||Winning Hand||Prize||Runner-up||Losing Hand|
|2012 World Series of Poker Europe
Friday, September 21 through Thursday, October 4, 2012
|Phil Hellmuth||A10||€1,022,376||Sergii Baranov||A4|
|2011 World Series of Poker Europe
Friday, October 07, 2011 to Thursday, October 20, 2011
|Elio Fox||A10||€1,400,000||Chris Moorman||A7|
|World Series of Poker Europe 2010
September 14-28, 2010
|James Bord||1010||£830,401||Fabrizio Baldassari||55|
|2009 World Series of Poker Europe
September 17 - October 02, 2009
|Barry Shulman||1010||£801,603||Daniel Negreanu||44|
|2008 World Series of Poker Europe
September 19 - October 02, 2008
|John Juanda||K6||£868,800||Stanislav Alekhin||A9|
|2007 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE)
September 06-16, 2007
|Annette Obrestad||77||£1,000,000||John Tabatabai||56|
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