Micah Raskin Wins Berlin Cup High Roller

  • PokerNews Staff
Micah Raskin

While Pieter de Korver won the Berlin Cup Main Event at the 2013 European Poker Tour Berlin this past weekend, Micah Raskin took down the Berlin Cup High Roller for €105,368. With the victory, Raskin earned the fourth largest score of his tournament career.

Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Micah RaskinUSA€105,368*
2Najib KamandUK€105,366*
3Ilkin AmirovAzerbaijan€105,366*
4Andrey GulyyRussia€41,200
5Jason LavalleeCanada€33,900
6Sorel MizziCanada€26,600
7Vasili FirsauBelarus€20,800
8Dmitry GromovRussia€15,000

*Denotes a three-way deal.

With 194 players in the field all putting up €3,200, a prize pool of €564,540 was generated. The top 20 places paid out, and notables such as Joe Kuether (20th - €7,300), Jean-Philippe Rohr (12th - €10,750) and Jannick Wrang (10th - €11,900) all made the money.

At the final table, Raskin had to defeat stout competition in Dmitry Gromov, Sorel Mizzi, Jason Lavallee and Andrey Gulyy. Raskin proved himself tough to the test, and was able to take home the title.

Right now, the PokerNews Live Reporting squad is in Berlin for the EPT Berlin Main Event, and live coverage can be found here.

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