Monica Vaka joins the Unibet team as ambassador and Martin Soukup takes down the Unibet Open in Sinaia.
2019 began for the Unibet Poker team with a sizzling, snow-filled event in Romania’s Prahova County.
The Sinaia featured a €1,1p0 Unibet Open Main Event with 366 people in attendance while staying at the New Montana Hotel. A player from the Czech Republic took down the title and €71,000 in cash.
Martin Soukup was the third player who won the two Unibet Open Main Event titles. Soukup has made money in only four live tournaments all of them incidentally being Unibet events. He also conquered a 292-entrant field in the Unibet Open Main Event in Malta while collecting €65,000. Then in 2017, he finished 26/404 and 6/673 in Unibet events in copenhagen and the European Open respectively.
Final Table Results:
1. Martin Soukup – €71,000
2. Marius Gicovanu – €45,310
3. Traian Bostan – €33,960
4. Cristian Grecu – €27,485
5. Toni Judet – €21,665
6. Stefan Drusca – €16,545
7. Espen Uhlen Jørstad – €12,150
8. Catalin Moraru – €8,930
The Unibet Ambassadorial Ranks Welcome Monika Vaka
Norwegian Monica Vaka has joined the Unibet Ambassadorial team ahead of the Sinaia trip. She came to the attention of Unibet during her final table appearance in 2017 and she finished seventh for $13, 168.
By now the starlet has earned approximately $50,000 by playing live tournaments and has also won two tournaments. Both these were Norwegian Championships held in Dublin in 2016 and 2017.