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Remi Castaignon is the EPT Deauvill 2013 Winner

15.02.2013 | Antoan Tok

Remi Castaignon won the EPT Deauville 2013 and with that the cash prize of €770,000. The French player defeated a 782-strong field. The Leabanon player and EPT veteran Walid Bou Habib become second and won €475,000. Roberto Romeo from Belgium become third and won €275,000.

The 29-year-old Remi Castaignon plays poker since 2007. He is the second French player who have won the EPT champion title. Castaignon as also received a special prize from the Official Watch Sponsor for EPT9 Main Events – a staggering watch from luxury Swiss brand Slyde worth more than €5,000.


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