Kilian Kramer wins MPN Poker Tour Vienna 2017
Wednesday 1st February, 2017

Kilian Kramer wins MPN Poker Tour Vienna 2017

By Mad Harper

German poker pro Kilian Kramer has won the MPN Poker Tour Vienna Main Event for £50,000 after beating a 543-entry field in the popular event. The tournament was held at Montesino casino in Vienna’s fashionable Gasometer district.


Kramer, who is currently ranked #40 in Germany’s all-time money list, already had $1.2 million in live winnings before his victory on Sunday. The 27-year-old’s biggest cash to date came when he finished 18th in the WSOP in July 2015 for $325,034; he was also fifth in the WSOPE in Berlin the following October for $198,500.


Kramer has been active on the European poker circuit since 2010 with his first cash coming at EPT Prague where he won a €400 Turbo. The €550 + €50 unlimited rebuy MPN Main Event in Vienna attracted numerous well-known players including Surinder Sunar, David Lappin and Dara O’Kearney. A total of 62 players were paid from the €271,500 prize pool.  Side events were also packed with O’Kearney chopping the €1,100 High Roller.


The next MPN Poker Tour event is in Malta. The four-day festival runs April 27-30 with two start flights for the €150,000 guarantee €550 Main Event. Late April in Malta has beautiful weather with average daily high temperatures of 22°. 


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