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   Monday, April 22 2024 
World Cup Of Poker 2011: The moment of truth for the 9 countries finalists

Like every year except 2009, the nine finalists of the 7th edition of the World Cup of Poker will go to the Bahamas in the beginning of January 2011 to win the title and the $ 100,000 prize pool expected. Among the nine nations qualified for this final stage, only Italy and the United States managed to be qualified once again after the 6th edition of 2010. Moreover, 7 of the nine teams captains are already known : Jose Barbero lead Argentina, the Philippines will be led by Neil Arce, the United Kingdom will have as leader Liv Boeree, Juan Manuel Pastor will head Spain, Slovakia will have as guide Dag Palovic, Arnaud Mattern will be in command of the team from France and Italy will have Luca Pagano as leader. The captain of Ukraine and the United States are currently unknown.

In the latest edition of the final World Cup of Poker in 2010, the Taiwanese team led by Raymond Wu and comprised, among others by Tseng Wei Ming, Tsu-Chi Wang, Lai Wan Shyun and Pan Wen-Aho triumph in front of Croatia led by Denis Kelemen, who was formed by Denis Obadic, Marko Puskadija, Andrija Vujic and Alessandro Grazia. For the record, the World Cup of Poker that began in 2004 was won by Costa Rica that has recurred again the following year in 2005. Poland won it in 2006 and succeeded by the United States in 2007. In 2008, the German team was crowned champion and two years later, that is to say very early in the year 2010, the victory went to the team from Taiwan.

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