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Irish Poker Open 2010: James Mitchell as winner

The oldest poker tournament in Europe comes to end during the Easter weekend. After the World Series of Poker, the Irish Poker Open is indeed the oldest poker tournament in the world. 708 players came to start the Main Event of the Irish Poker Open 2010, this field has generated a prize pool of € 2,265,600. The tournament was not stingy of renowned players because the Boatman brothers, Neil Channing, Michael Greco, Sorel Mizzi, Victoria Coren, Dan Harrington, Sandra Naujoks, Jake Cody, Andy Black, Dario Minieri and the lovely Kara Scott took the plane for Ireland. Many French players were also there, the French contingent was represented by players like Arnaud Mattern, Fabrice Soulier, Regis Burlot, Stephane Gerin, Claire Renaud, Michael Sebban.



A the end of the tournament, it was the Englishman James Mitchell who was crowned after the final battle against the native Paul Carr. The duel was decided when an ace on the river terrace the pair of ladies of Carr, who has seen his stack dwindle before losing the next hand. He returned home to London richer of € 600,000. The runner-up has for his part receive € 312,600 for his performance. In the French side, players from the Hexagon had marked the 2010 edition of the Irish Poker Open. Regis Burlot finished in the 12th place in the side-event of €1,500, the lovely Claire Renaud has shone a thousand lights in Dublin, winning the Ladies event of € 330 and a prize of € 6.500.

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