BORIS KUZMANOVIC CLAIMS €2,200 HIGH ROLLER AT POKERSTARS FESTIVAL ROZVADOV

BORIS KUZMANOVIC

Boris Kuzmanovic claimed the €2,200 High Roller at the PokerStars Festival Rozvadoz after topping an array of 118 entries, pocketing €37,791 for his efforts.

Day 2 of the event saw 29 survivors returning to the table and it was Boris Kuzmanovic from Zagreb who took down the event. The 29-year-old pro and cash game player reigned victorious after a heads-up versus Aviv Meiri and earned a pay of €37,791.

Down to the final three players, Kuzmanovic and Meiri broke a deal with 2016 EPT Barcelona Main Event champion Sebastian Malec, where €3,000 was left to be played for.

Santosh Srinivas was the only Indian to reach Day 2 of the event but unfortunately bubbled the event.

In the first-hand, Michael Uguccioni opened and Robert Zipf instantly called. Jean Paul Zaffran went all-in and Uguccioni asked for a count. Uguccioni then called and the latter folded.

JeanPaulZaffran:
Michael Uguccioni:

The board opened: and Zaffran was knocked out from the event in 22nd place.

At the same time on a different table, Santosh Srinivas went all-in and Zoltan Ban called. Play resumed after the Malec vs Urban hand finished, they entered the showdown.

SantoshSrivinas:
Zoltan Ban:

The board dealt providing no assistance to Srinivas and he was crowned the bubble boy of the event.

Final Table Standings:

1. Boris Kuzmanovic - €37,791

2. Aviv Meiri - €36,428

3. Sebastian Malec - €37,637

4. Anestis Anagnostidis -€20,914

5. Michael Uguccioni - €15,863

6. Pietro Errante Parrino - €12,032

7. Robert Zipf - €9,126

8. Zoltan Ban - €6,922