With nearly $5,4 million in lifetime live tournament earnings as of summer 2020, Laszlo Bujtas sits atop Hungary's all-time money list according to The Hendon Mob. That doesn't take into account the millions he's won playing online under the screenname "omaha4rollz".
In 2018, Bujtas fell one spot shy of winning a gold bracelet when he finished runner-up to Jack Sinclair in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Europe Main Event, though he did notch a career-high $789,227 in prize money. In August 2019, he won the European Poker Tour (EPT) Barcelona €25,000 High Roller for $789,135, and in the spring of 2022 had a pair of successes. First, he finished runner-up to fellow countryman Andras Nemeth in the Triton Poker Cyrpus Event #1: $50,000 NLH for $770,000, and a little over a month later won the Triton Poker Series Madrid Event #10: €50,000 NLH 8-Handed Turbo for $665,329. That latter came three days after he took fifth place in Event #7: €75,000 NLH 8-Handed for $407,222.