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ACFPoker Tour Las Vegas: Jared Jaffee wins the first step

For the first time within two seasons, the circuit of live poker ACFPoker Tour crossed the Atlantic on the sidelines of the season 2, to go in Las Vegas. After a step in Annecy in last May, the Hotel & Casino Aria of Las Vegas hosted this stage of the ACFPoker Tour on the American continent. The ACFPoker Tour Las Vegas expects to be a promising step, because it was organized in parallel with the World Series of Poker 2013 in the global capital of gambling; 214 players registered for the $ 1,080 Main Event which generates a prizepool of more than $ 200,000 shared between the 27 paid places.



After a nice 3rd place at the WSOP during the $ 2,500 No-Limit Hold'em Four Handed (Event #38), Jared Jaffee won the Main Event of the ACFPoker Tour Las Vegas, after a heads-up with Diego Sanchez Serano. The American cashed a check of $ 57,054 and a ticket for the grand final in September, the Grand Prix of Paris which will take place at the Aviation Club de France, on the occasion of the WPT Grand Prix of Paris. Runner-up of the event, Diego Sanchez Serano pocketed $37,004. Jordan Handrich ends at the last place of the podium and pocketed $ 22,614. Among the paid players who acceded to the final table of this poker tournament, we find again Lyscott Durant in the 4th place, followed by Gilbert Deleon, Ian Swan, Matthew Bray and Ciro Gonzalez. These players left the final table with a gain between $ 5,551 and $ 15,233.

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