Dimitar Danchev wins PCA 2013
By : Jennifer Davids - Content Team
Dimitar Danchev from Bulgaria was yesterday after a long final table battle in the PCA announced as the winner of the PCA in Bahamas 2013, taking home over $1,8 million.
Working thru a field of 987 poker players, we finally have a winner in the PCA 2013 and after a heads up battle between Dimitar Danchev and Joul Micka from the US, Danchev stood victories. Danchev is hereby the first Bulgarian to win a EPT, which we are very sure he is very happy over sitting some poker history for his country.
PCA 2013 was tough competition this year bringing poker greats such as Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu and many other well know online poker sites players as well as talented business people giving a shot at poker in Bahamas.
Further results ended as follows;
1) Dimitar Danchev, $1 859 000
2) Joel Micka, $1 190 000
3) Jerry Wong, $725 000
4) Jonathan Roy, $560 000
5) Owen Crowe, $435 000
6) Andrey Shatilov, $325 000
7) Yann Dion, $23, $165 900