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   Thursday, June 13 2024 
$ 25,000 Heads-Up of the WSOP: A Triple Crown for Jake Cody

The$ 25,000 buy-in Head's Up tournament of the World Series of Poker 2011 (WSOP) ended by crowning the young British Jake Cody as champion. Victorious of the final duel between him and the champion of World Poker Tour Yevegnjy Timoshenko, Jack Cody just won the last most prestigious poker title that miss to him. Indeed, Jack Cody already won a stage of the European Poker Tour (EPT) held in Deauville in 2010 and the WPT London 2010. With this new conquest in Las Vegas, he has just acquired his first WSOP bracelet, while pocketing a reward of $ 851,192, and joined the ranks of players holding a Triple Crown with Gavin Griffin and Roland de Wolfe. With this victory, Cody now stack more than $ 2.6 million in tournament winnings for the entire two years of his career.

It must be said that this British player merely deserved this first place of the Amazon poker room's podium because he played poker with high skill and strategy in order to eliminate other big stars present at this competition. The Ukrainian who has held the second spot on the podium was entitled to a bonus of $ 525,980. Also seeking the famous Triple Crown, Gus Hansen was unable to climb to victory and settled for the third place. He obtained a gain of $ 283,966. Erik Froelich found himself in 4th place, Matt Marafioti 5th, Antony Guetti 6th, Nikolay Evdakov 7th and the 8th sport for David Parades.

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