Romanian poker player, Abdul Atila Seiar, won the third European Masters of Poker (EMOP) Season III bracelet, overcoming a field of 276 in Bulgaria’s Sunny Beach. Seiar took home the first prize of €65,100 in the €1,100 buy-in poker event held at the Crystal Crown casino. Sunny Beach is well-known among poker enthusiast as a hometown of many Bulgarian poker rooms.
After winning the third bracelet of this year’s EMOP series Seiar joined the likes of Finland’s Jukka Koskela and Norway’s Stefan Hansen, who won the previous titles in Spain and Portugal respectively. The series is now preparing for its fourth event in Clontarf Castle, Dublin to be held from Jul 28-31.
The winner of the Bulgarian event was joined by many poker fans from Bulgaria and neighboring countries. Many of the players earned their place at the live tournament through endless qualifier tourneys held at local poker rooms operating under Bulgarian gambling laws. Anyone who felt confident enough to face poker professionals was given a chance to win their buy-in online.
EMOP’s Dublin event is also offering poker players lots of chances to qualify through online competitions. Qualifications are already underway at all online poker sites running on Entraction Network including Victor Chandler Poker.
Members of this poker room can climb their way up to win a seat at EMOP event in Dublin through satellites with buy-ins as little as €2. Packages worth €2,000 are up for grabs for those players who can show off their poker skills online and beat opponents to come out on top.
The €2,000 package for EMOP event in Dublin includes the tournaments buy-in worth €1,100, €350 compensation for travel expenses and a four night accommodation at a high standard hotel in Dublin. Players from all over Europe are invited to take part in the fourth installment of this year’s EMOP series.