Coolbet Open May 2018 Edition

May 2018

The first ever Coolbet Open was played on 1-6 May at Hilton Tallinn Park.

The Main Event had 425 entries, of which 317 of them were unique entries, creating a prize pool of more than €200,000. On top of that, the players in the Main Event could also win added prizes for more than €30,000.

The winner of the first Coolbet Open Main Event was Sebastian Wahl from Finland, who defeated the Dutch poker pro Sander Floris van Wesemael heads up for the title. Wahl could take home €50,100 as well as a €5,000 package to Las Vegas and a €1,200 package to the next Coolbet Open.

See the results of the Coolbet Open Main Event here.

Side Events

Coolbet open May 2018 edition featured 26 side events. The biggest side event was the €330 Vimenn Open, which was organized in cooperation with the Norwegian poker magazine Vimenn. The event had more than 250 entries and was eventually won by the young Swede Patrik Nordgren.

Winners of the side events:

Event #3, Coolbet Open Warm-up: Henri Käsper, Estonia (€3,700)

Event #8, Coolbet Open NLHE Deepstack: Jon Sataøen, Norway (€5,400)

Event #9, Coolbet Open PLO Freezeout Bounty: Khaled Hammoud, Finland (€1,060)

Event #12, Coolbet Open €330 Turbo Freezeout NLHE: Stig Moen, Norway (€4,100)

Event #13, Coolbet Open Win the Button: Khaled Hammoud, Finland (€1,120)

Event #17, ViMenn Open Deep Stack: Patrik Nordgren, Sweden (€17,900)

Event #19, Coolbet Open 5 Card Omaha: Vallo Maidla, Estonia (€1,960)

Event #21, Coolbet Open 1K 6-Max: Roope Tarmi, Finland (€15,280)

Event #22, Coolbet Open Open Face Chinese: Tor-Arne Fenes, Norway (€2,910)

Event #23, Coolbet & European Poker Girls Ladies Event: Fiona Sand, Norway (€1,455)

Event #24, Coolbet Deep Special: Ranno Asper, Estonia (€3,322)

Event #25, Coolbet Open PLO 8 Max: Per Kjetil Hoff, Norway (€3,560)

Event #26, Turbo Freezeout: Stig Moen, Norway (€1,650)

Event #27, Turbo Version of Main Event: Ranno Asper, Estonia (€1,690)

See the full side event results here.