WSOP 2013: Matusow crowned, Cunningham deprived of the trophy
Mike Matusow won his fourth bracelet by giving himself the victory during the Event # 13, a $ 5,000 buy-in Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8 or Better. This 45-year-old professional of poker who won on the month of January 2013 the title of champion of NBC National head's Up Poker Championship has just proven one more time his performance, because he challenged more than 200 players composed of numerous notables of poker. Besides, The Mouth had to face major figures of poker just like David Baker, Gavin Smith, Matthew Ashton and Vladimir Shchemelev during the final. Apart from the golden jewelry and the huge privilege to be crowned world champion, Matusow received a bonus of $ 266.503.
Alex Cunningham did not know the same luck. In fact, having been in the poker room of the Amazon of Rio to participate in the Event # 12, the $ 1,500 Pot Limit Hold'em; he failed at the final straight. The person who defeated him is an amateur coming from Houston, named Lev Rofman. The champion works at the Convention Center of Las Vegas and thanks to this exploit that he realized face to the five-time champion of the WSOP, he pocketed a superb gain of $ 166.136 and won his golden bracelet. Let us note that other professionals of poker, including Jaspal Bra, Kenneth Shelton and Anthony Harb were among the finalists. On the other side, three French succeeded to reach the paid list including Benzimra, Michael Leigborin and Pim de Goede.
Tuesday, 11 June 2013
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