King’s Crowns Tobias Garp as First WSOP Europe Mystery Bounty Champion
The poker marathon at King’s Resort has ended in a historic sprint as assistant soccer coach Tobias Garp outplayed the competition to become the inaugural WSOP Europe Mystery Bounty Champion, claiming a cool €92,300 and his first WSOP bracelet.
Defeating a field of 803, Garp demonstrated resilience and skill, particularly in a riveting heads-up against Adi Rajkovic, who settled for the runner-up prize of €57,000. Koray Korkmaz completed the podium, taking €40,400 for his efforts.
1st Tobias Garp (Sweden) – €92,300
2nd Adi Rajkovic (Austria) – €57,000
3rd Koray Korkmaz (Turkey) – €40,400
The tournament was as much about the bounties as it was about the bracelet. With €240,900 in bounty prizes distributed, the chase was as exhilarating as the final victory, with Garp ultimately seizing the day.
Reflecting on his dual passions for poker and soccer, Garp shared, “Splitting my time between poker and coaching has been great, but today, the tables have truly turned in my favor.”
With the Main Event just on the horizon, Garp has his sights set on another victory, while cherishing the life balance he’s found away from the felt.
The action-packed event culminated in Garp’s eights holding strong against Rajkovic’s fours, marking a memorable victory and a testament to the unyielding spirit of King’s Resort’s poker festivities.
Stay tuned for more high-stakes drama as the WSOP Europe continues.