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April 25, 2011 07:38 ET

Julian Kabitzke is the Everest Poker ONE Champion 2011

MONTE-CARLO, MONACO--(Marketwire - April 25, 2011) -

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At the prestigious Salle des Palmiers in Monaco, 221 international poker players battled it out for a €1,071,850 prize pool at the first edition of the Everest Poker ONE Main Event.

Congratulations to Germany's Julian Kabitzke and Alexander Debus, who finished first and second, respectively at the final table of the Main Event of the Everest Poker ONE. Julian will take home 300,000 EUR and Alexander 170,000 EUR. Joining the Germans at the final table were two Everest Poker qualifiers: Julien Pouchain from France (6th – 58,000 EUR) and all the way from Australia, Joel Dodds (3rd – 112,000 EUR).

Julian Kabitzke qualified for the Main Event at Expekt Poker and played ONE of his first live poker tournaments.

"Everest Poker organized a very nice tournament. It was comfortable to play; high quality dealers and obviously the good 'card run' helped a lot. I really enjoyed it. Thank you Everest Poker and Expekt Poker!"- Julian Kabitzke, The Everest Poker ONE champion 2011.

Top international poker pros at the Everest Poker ONE Main Event:

Markus Lehmann (DE), Kevin MacPhee (USA), Isabelle Mercier (CA), Raymond Domenech (FR) former coach of the national French football team, Tobias Reinkemeier (DE), Fabrice Soulier (FR) and his fellow Team Everest Pro's and more!

Place Name Nationality Prize €
1 Julien Kabitzke DE 300,000
2 Alexander Debus DE 170,000
3 Joel Dodds AUS 112,000
4 Alessio Isaia IT 90,000
5 Xavier Carruggi FR 75,000
6 Julien Pouchain FR 58,000
7 Adrian Aston UK 47,500
8 Marc Sander DE 37,000
9 Manuel Bevand FR 26,350

Besides the Main Event of the Everest Poker ONE, there were also exciting side events taking place in Salle des Palmiers.

Congratulations to Tristan Clémençon (FR) for winning the Pot Limit Omaha event (1000 EUR), taking home 13,000 EUR.

Jean-Laurent Dimitri Comparetto (FR) winning the No Limit Hold'em event (1000 EUR), taking home 30,000 EUR.

David Sonelin (SE) winning the Highroller event (10,000 EUR), taking home 75,000 EUR.

And last but not least, Jean Philippe Rohr from France winning the No limit Hold'em Turbo event (500 EUR), taking home 9,600 EUR.

About the Everest Poker ONE:

The Everest Poker ONE is a brand new poker tournament combining the best of poker and the finest gaming experience in Europe: Monte-Carlo. With a guaranteed prize pool of €1 million, fantastic deep stack structure by TK Events and the renowned personal service in Monte-Carlo, everybody has a shot to become The ONE Monte-Carlo Champion 2011!

The Everest Poker ONE took place in the prestigious Salle des Palmiers in Monaco on April 21–24, 2011.

About Everest Poker:

Online poker in Europe began at the tables of Everest Poker. Launched in 2004, EverestPoker.com quickly became one of the most popular and secure places to learn and play online poker, as Everest was the first online poker room to offer players fully-translated software in 15 languages.

Today, Everest Poker is a vibrant online poker community known for its personal and localized approach, bringing together players with a unique variety of live and online events. Everest Poker is licensed in France, where EverestPoker.fr is one of the nation's leading online poker sites.

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  • Everest Gaming
    Mariken Hogenhout
    Global PR and Regional Benelux Manager


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