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This Week in Tournament Poker: Chilipoker Deepstack Open, PokerStars Prague Open and More

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Just like that, another week is in the books and we're back with another installment of This Week in Tournament Poker. What's on the slate for this week? A bunch of events that wrapped up in Europe, that's what. The Chilipoker Deepstack Open wrapped up in Vilamoura and the PokerStars Prague Open took place in Prague. Divonne, France, was home to the France Poker Series, and the Austrian Classics 2010 was held in Vienna.

We'll kick things off with the Chilipoker Deepstack Open, €550 No-Limit Hold'em event that attracted 335 entrants. Trung Moc walked away with the title and €35,000 for his win. The final table included participants from the home country of Portugal along with Finland, Spain, France and England.

Chilipoker Deepstack Open

Buy-inEntriesPrize Pool
€500 + €50335N/A
1Trung Moc€35,000
2Michael Revah€30,000
3David Amilleta€16,248
4Rafael Martins€12,348
5Pedro Zagalo€9,911
6Amadeu de Carvalho€8,449
7Tuomas Sippula€6,896
8Pedro Dias€5,524
9Antonio Mondim€4,224
10Carlos Branco€2,925

Moving to the PokerStars Prague Open, a field of 178 came out for the CZK 10,700 Main Event. A prize pool of CZK 1,904,600 was created, and it was Oldrich Siml who walked away with the biggest prize of them all: CZK 414,000 for finishing on top of the field. That's the equivalent to over $22,000.

PokerStars Prague Open

Buy-inEntriesPrize Pool
CZK 10,000 + CZK 700178CZK 1,904,600
1Oldrich SimlCZK 414,000
2Pavel HudecekCZK 313,000
3Tomas PetruCZK 223,000
4Lubor DedicCZK 161,000
5Mihail SerbCZK 115,000
6Miroslav BenesCZK 87,000
7Kamil HrabiaCZK 66,000
8Petr JelinekCZK 51,000
9Ladislav MasekCZK 39,000

Next up is the France Poker Series that went down in Divonne, France. This event drew the largest field of the four on the report this week with 399 entrants coming out. It was also the largest buy-in of the four, costing €1,100 to enter the Main Event. Serge Didisheim from Switzerland walked away with the title and €108,894.

France Poker Series - Divonne

Buy-inEntriesPrize Pool
€1,000 + €100399€421,344
1Serge Didisheim€108,894
2Yann Pelletier€69,500
3Roberto Martino Capece€42,150
4Cedric Sanchez Del Rio€31,600
5Aldo Lisi€21,050
6Mario Perez€16,850
7Sam El Sayed€12,650
8Bertrand Barrachiin€8,450

Last, but not least, we have the Austrian Classics 2010. This €1,080 buy-in drew 83 runners. It was German professional and World Series of Poker gold bracelet holder Michael Keiner who claimed the first-place prize. Professional player Erich Kollmann also final-tabled, but went out in eighth place.

Austrian Classics 2010

Buy-inEntriesPrize Pool
€1,000 + €8083€80,510
1Michael Keiner€24,170
2Peter Sulyok€14,490
3Nikolaj Iankov€9,660
4Ludovit Fischer€8,050
5Roland Poxhofer€6,440
6Sebastian Reinartz€5,630
7Wolfgang Simperl€4,830
8Erich Kollmann€4,020
9Tobias Klocker€3,220

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