Drinking Game at ‘Patrik Antonius Poker Challenge’ Turns Wild & Crazy


The Estonian capital of Tallinn is the place where the first-ever Patrik Antonius Poker Challenge (PAPC) was held, at the Olympic Park Casino and the Hilton Tallinn Park from April 1 to 7, 2019. The event was sponsored by Antonius’ brand new poker social media app called First Land of Poker (FLOP), which was launched during the festival.

Patrik Antonius is ranked no. 1 in Finland’s All Time Money List at total live earnings of $11.8 million, according to the Hendonmob.

Aside from the Finnish poker pro, other big names in the international poker scene showed up to play in Antonius’ live tourney series and cash games, which include the likes of Dan “Jungleman” Cates, Robert Mizrachi, Timothy Adams, online poker legend Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies, and partypoker pro Joni Jouhkimainen.

The Patrik Antonius Poker Challenge (PAPC), Tallinn 2019
Venue: Olympic Park Casino in Tallinn, Estonia
Schedule: April 1 to 7, 2019

According to their official PAPC site, the Patrik Antonius Poker Challenge (PAPC) is a prestige series of Poker events in various destinations across the globe, sponsored by First Land Of Poker. PAPC edition one will be held in the beautiful city of Tallinn, Estonia, at the new flagship Olympic Park Casino.

Our main First Land Of Poker ambassador, Patrik Antonius, will bring the best of his live Poker experience to the PAPC Poker Festivals. The Finnish Poker pro is ranked one of the best poker players in the world, and the biggest winner in the history of Online Poker. With First Land Of Poker, he will give poker players the most compelling gaming experience possible and create together such high level of live gaming value, that it will set new standards of gaming excellence.

During and after PAPC Poker Festivals, Poker Players and Guests will benefit from groundbreaking digital mobile solution, First Land Of Poker Mobile Application, which is an Exclusive Social Media for Poker Players, that will make their Poker experience optimal and fun.

Here are some videos of the PAPC:

Cash Game featuring Patrik Antonius and Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies


Cash Game: 100€/200€ PLO featuring Antonius, Mizrachi and Jouhkimainen

There’s even a Drunk Challenge wherein shot glasses filled with booze was making rounds and after some time everyone felt loosey-goosey.

Lex Veldhuis was commentating on the games when he suddenly saw something quite inappropriate and not a usual sight at high-stakes poker tables. Sahamies initially got up from the table to apparently steal some sushi whereas the already drunk Sampo Ryynanen fumbled while trying to stack his chips.

Then, both of them stood beside each other, said something, and ended the conversation with a passionate kiss, leaving everyone speechless!

As the cash games went on, an unconscious Ryynanen had to be escorted out by two personnel and brought back to his room. While that’s not a good ending for any poker player at a high-stakes event, thing is, the PAPC has been a complete success and will most likely be making a comeback next year.

 

Patrik Antonius won his first trophy at his namesake poker festival: the PAPC €10,200 Championship Event for €78,100. The event drew a total of 20 players, and he amazingly defeated every opponent at the final table.

2019 PAPC €10,200 Championship Event Results






 

Player

Country

Prize (Euro)

Prize (USD)

1

Patrik Antonius

Finland

€78,100

$87,645

2

Joni Jouhkimainen

Finland

€51,550

$65,706

3

Joris Ruijs

Netherlands

€38,800

$43,542

4

Rahul Byrraju

India

€20,102

$22,518

 



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