The WPTDeepStacks Deauville €1,200 Main Event held in the year 2018 was accompanied across a span of four long days in Deauville, at the Casino Barrière in France. The match dragged a whole of 474 participants across three starting steps and overcoming them all was Frenchman Saul Berdugo, who proceeded out on the head to obtain the €98,000 first-place award.

Antecedent to this triumph, Berdugo`s poker resume followed simply one score, at the Pacino Poker Series at the Casino Poker Series, in the €330 No Limit Hold’em Saint-Amand-Les-Eaux that was accommodated in the month of October this year, where he ended 12th for €1,045.

Berdugo evolved into the Day 3 with a huge chip power above his 15 opponents but conferred no symptoms of reducing down. He recorded the final board as the counter lead and proceeded to firmly organize his stack, while also discharging  Mohamed Mamouni, Romain Hamouche, and Joris Mahe onward the process.

The great Berdugo squared off upon Abdelhamid El Khayati in the heads-up match and beat the latter to get his first live title which further appeared to be a coveted WPT name. But that is not everything. Berdugo further got a €2,000 WPTDS season-ending ensemble for his victory.

Talking after his victory, Berdugo told he was consistent in the competition poker exhibition in Paris and similarly articulated of his desire for the quality and match of the competition poker. Berdugo seized the part point for all of Day 3 without for one time during the five-handed game.

“I simply suffered the bit head for five minutes, I never considered in crisis,” he said. Berdugo intends to spend his winnings after into his emotion of games poker while experiencing some time at hometown in the upcoming weeks.

Among the 63 runners who competed in the capital, were personalities like Bruno Benveniste (20th for €4,200), Cedric Cavalier (10th for €8,800), Anna Moore (37th for €2,630), Mohamed Mokrani (26th for €3,075), and Julien Sitbon (47th for €2,350).