Estonian Paf player wins major European poker tournament

On 17 April, Estonian Paf player Priit Brikker won the Grand Live Marbella 2014 in Spain. The winner took home a sum of 37,090 euros in the prestigious poker tournament.

A total of 162 poker players from all around the world participated in the Grand Live Marbella poker tournament, hosted by the Casino Marbella between 14 and 17 April. The Åland-based gaming company Paf was represented by 27 participants, who had qualified for the tournament through satellite tournaments at

-The whole tournament was excellent fun, and I want to give a special thanks to the Paf poker team who supported me in every way throughout the tournament, victorious Priit Brikker remarks.

In addition to first place, Priit also won Paf's very own Last Longest Bet, since he was the Paf player who was playing in the tournament longest. As winner of the Last Longest bet, Priit received a direct qualification and an invitation to the Paf Poker Challenge that will be played in Mariehamn, Åland between 5 and 8 June 2014.

After his victory in the Grand Live Marbella final, 29-year-old Priit Brikker is ranked among the top ten poker tournament players in Estonia.

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Paf is a Nordic gaming company founded on Åland in 1966 to generate profit for the benefit of society. We were one of the very first gaming companies to go online in 1999. Many of our games are exclusive to Paf and developed by our in-house Games Studio. We are an award-winning industry leader in responsible gaming. Our physical gaming operations include over 30 cruise ships criss-crossing the Baltic and North Seas. Paf has roughly 400 employees representing over 30 nationalities. Our offices are located on Åland, in Helsinki, Stockholm, Riga, Tallinn, Oslo, Norrköping and Madrid. Paf (Ålands Penningautomatförening) is licensed and controlled by the Government of Åland. In 2018, the Paf Group had a total turnover of 111.8 million euros and a profit of 24.6 million euros. More information at




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