Recently, Ukrainian poker players have amassed several large deposits in prestigious tournaments.like the last few Victory for Andrei Lubovitsky In the Super Million$ tournament, the prize pool is $7,760,000. In this case, Ukrainians earned $1,184,690.
However, the Ukrainian keeps reaching new heights not only online but also in live tournaments. We’re talking about a €300 buy-in no-limit hold’em event – WSOP-C Superstack.
The event was held in Cannes as part of the WSOPC Cannes Series and had 378 entries, resulting in a prize pool of €94,348. The winner of the tournament receives a well-deserved WSOP C ring.
The final table was played by a poker player from Ukraine, Kiev’s Andrey Andreev, a member of the national sports poker team. The Ukrainian came close to his first WSOPC ring but finished fifth.
This isn’t the first time Andriyev has defended his Sports Master title in the field of sports poker. His success at the prestigious International Poker Festival reaffirmed his title.
The WSOPC Cannes Series has nine more days to go. Ukrainian poker players also have the chance to win big in the series.