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WPT Paris 2010 : Victory of Theo Jorgensen

The stage of the World Poker Tour (WPT) in Paris has sacred its winner last week-end after a very exciting challenge. The competition began Saturday, May 15th at 3 p.m, during the afternoon. The first outsider of this final was Jimmy Ostensson. He was followed shortly afterwards by the French favorite Arnaud Mattern. Apparently, the French poker pro could not do the famous doubled done by Bertrand "ElkY" in 2008 because he was ejected from the competition too early. Nevertheless, he received a reward of 82,175 Euro for his performance. Two other French players were also out of the tournament due to their opponents who proved better. This was Michael Guenni and Fabrice Touil who finished respectively in the 4th and 5th place.



But despite the misfortune of Mattern, Touil and Guenni, the French community of poker was still well represented by Antony Amourette who really showed his talent at this competition. Indeed, this former chip leader of this WPT Paris faced Theo Jorgensen during the final head's up and we can say that he really did a very good final. Unfortunately, the French player failed to win the award because the Danes had a big advantage in having accumulated a big stack. And after a short battle, but very exciting, Jorgensen has been crowned champion of the WPT Paris 2010 and received the big prize of 633,902 Euro. Amourette took the place of runner up of the tournament and win the price of 328,690 Euro.

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