Mini ME WSOP: Greek player turned $1 000 into $430 000
Have you heard of a player Georgios Sotiropoulos? He won his third gold bracelet throughout the entire poker career. This triumph took place in the mini version of WSOP 2021 Main Event...
The Greek pro managed to beat the player field of 3 821 participants and won $432 000. Before the start of tournament, Georgios paid $1 000 buy- in the hope of winning and his hopes were justified.
According to Sotiropoulos words, it was a grueling fight for him. However, he managed to achieve the desired result.
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Georgios became the owner of two WSOP 2021 bracelets, and he also won the Flip & Go Online tournament at GGPoker in August. The player got his first bracelet at WSOPE 2015 in €1 100 No Limit Hold'em event. At that time, he established himself as a solid Texas Hold'em player.
In addition, Georgius is ranked second in the list of the most profitable players in Greece. He won over $3 million in live tournament during his entire career.
Final table results of Mini ME WSOP
- Georgius Sotiropoulos (Greece) – $432 000
- Wataru Miyashita (Japan) – $267 000
- Jordan Meltzer (USA) – $202 000
- James Patterson (USA) – $154 000
- James Rubinski (USA) – $118 000
- Matthew Jewett (USA) – $91 000