€5,300 EPT Main Event
Jours

Seat 3: Armin Rezaei, 25, Leibnitz, Austria – 3,765,000

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Armin Rezaei

Armin Rezaei is the youngest player on the final table. The 25-year-old has followed in the footsteps of his older brother Daniel and turned poker pro. In Austria’s all-time money list, Armin trails #8-ranked Daniel by nearly a million. But that might soon change.

A victory in the EPT Prague Main Event would push Armin ahead of his brother. While there’s still a long way to the pinnacle, Rezaei has already clinched his second live tournament six-figure prize. The first came in 2018 when he finished second in the Concord Million event in Vienna (€144,740).

Rezaei is now guaranteed to top that prize and pick up the biggest pay check of his career. He will add a significant chunk to his $337,893 winnings reported by the Hendon Mob and break the $500,000-mark at minimum. This marks the second time Rezaei has survived the EPT Main Event bubble; his first in-the-money experience was at EPT Barcelona 2019, where he finished in 43rd place.

Armin Rezaei's Main Event run

EnteringChipsPosition
Day 2132,80058/454
Day 3147,00090/119
Day 41,155,00012/42
Day 5735,00014/16
Day 63,765,0006/6

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