After a six-year hiatus, the PokerStars United Kingdom & Ireland Poker Tour (UKIPT) returned to Dublin, Ireland, on May 16 with an action-packed schedule of 18 events and ran till May 22.

The prominent winners of the series include Triple Crown winner Niall Farrell (Won the 2022 PokerStars UKIPT Dublin Main Event for €54,940) and Will Kassouf (Won the 2022 PokerStars UKIPT Dublin High Roller for €33,410).

Niall Farrell Champions UKIPT Dublin Main Event For €54,940

Triple Crown feat achiever Niall Farrell outran the 278-entry field in the 2022 UKIPT Dublin Main Event to champion the Main Event for €54,940. Leon Campbell placed runner-up for €34,290.

Niall Farrell bagged the second-biggest stack on Day 1B of the event and began the six-handed FT fifth in chips. He used his vast experience to stage a comeback and ultimately take down the UKIPT Main Event title.

According to his profile, the win helped the Scotsman breach past $6.5 million in recorded live tournament earnings.

The €1,100 Main Event collected €269,660 in the prize pool and assured the top 42 places a min-cash of €1,530.

Niall Farrell


Final Table Results (EURO)

  1. Niall Farrell – €54,940
  2. Leon Campbell – €34,290
  3. Greg King – €24,500
  4. Manish Rawal – €18,840
  5. Remus Matache – €14,500
  6. Richard O’Neill – €11,150


Will Kassouf Takes Down UKIPT Dublin High Roller For €33,410

The biggest buy-in event of the 2022 PokerStars UKIPT Dublin series, the €2,200 High Roller, saw Will Kassouf taking down the title for €33,410. Tsz Tin Chevan placed runner-up for €22,110.

Will Kassouf boosted his lifetime live winnings to $1,522,157 after the win.

After his win, an elated Kassaouf tweeted:


The €2,200 buy-in event attracted 53 hopefuls, generating a €102,820 prize pool that was shared among the top seven finishers.

Will Kassouf
Will Kassouf


Final Table Results (EURO)

  1. Will Kassouf – €33,410
  2. Tsz Tin Chevan – €22,110
  3. Niall Farrell – €14,910
  4. David Docherty – €11,310
  5. Jason Tompkins – €8,740
  6. Seamus Cahill – €6,940
  7. Dara O Kearney – €5,400


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