Poland's Dzmitry Urbanovich is quite the talk of the town these days, and he's certainly doing all that he can to make it stay that way. You see, Urbanovich cashed in and final tabled six events at the recent European Poker Tour Malta festival. Of those, he won four, including the €25,500 High Roller for €572,300.
Now, he finds himself at the final table of this EPT Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller, albeit seventh in chips with some work to do. Nevertheless, Urbanovich made his way to the final eight after skipping Day 1 entirely. He was busy in another event and opted to wait to buy in until just before the start of Day 2. He quickly got to work building a stack, and now he's earned the second best live tournament result of his career, with a chance at even more.
Urbanovich is currently third on Poland's all-time money list, but with this result he'll be moving past Marcin Horecki and into second place behind Dominik Panka. If he can maneuver his way to the final two in this event, Urbanovich will pass Panka and claim the country's top spot.
With all of the success Urbanovich has found lately, he has a lot of interested eyes watching him. Some want to see if he's just running super hot, while others are already referring to him as the next Ole Schemion. Whatever your view, you can't deny that Urbanovich's success is fun and exciting, and as of right now it doesn't look like he plans on slowing down.