Ukrainian poker player wins gold WSOPE bracelet

Ukraine’s Mykhailo Gutyi  has won the first prize of €61,299  at the Bounty Hunter tournament with a buy-in of 1,100 euros as part of the WSOP Europe 2018 series, which takes place at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov. Mykhailo has also won the WSOP gold bracelet.

Mykhailo Gutyi participated in the first WSOP Europe 2018 tournament, where he was ranked on the 17th place while the player from Israel Tamir Segal was the 1st. This time, during the 13-hour event, the Ukrainian managed to bypass a total of 385 players. In heads-up, he beat the German Florian Sarnov.

This is the sixth bracelet for Ukraine. The list of Ukranian bracelet winners already includes Oleksii Kovalchuk, Eugene Katchalov, Igor Dubinsky, and Oleksandr Shcherbak. This is also Mykhailo’s biggest live cash ever and he mentioned he would now also play the WSOPE Main Event later this month.

Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize (in EUR)
1Mykhailo GutyiUkraine61,299
2Florian SarnowGermany37,678
3Vangelis KaimakamisGreece25,468
4Angelos PettasGreece17,565
5Darko StojanovicFrance12,367
6Kale HalsteadAustralia8,891
7Philipp ZukernikCzech Republic6,531
8Andrey IvlevRussia4,904
9Luca MarchettiItaly3,765

The 2018 World Series of Poker tournament will run until November 5 at King’s casino in the Czech town of Rozvadov. 10 gold WSOP bracelets are to be won during the competition. The biggest tournaments within the event will be the Main Event and the High Roller tournament with a prize fund of 5 million euros each. The total guaranteed prize pool of the series exceeds 13 million euros.


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