Registered for the tournament were once 152 players, 18 seats was ultimately paid. With a buy-in of 25,000 dollars, a proud and thus relatively high entry price was demanded from the participants. In the final, the first bust-out came when Trevor Pope went all-in with ace cross and three-karo. Philippe Ktorza gave him a call with Jack-Heart and Jack-Piek. The next board made Pope look old, he had to retire and still received 155,571 dollars.

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Afterwards, an imposing hand watched, Michael was able to double, while Marvin lost a pile of chips. gave 200,000 of the cut-off, increased to 485,000, causing to all-in. then threw 2.14 million into the ring and called. The hands: Marvin with ace check and king check, Michael ten heart and ten-piek, Steve Ass- king heart. The board offered: Jack-Check, Nine-Cross, Three-Heart, Four-Piek and Two-Check. The players with the and kings could not improve, so that a ten – pair Michael brought the victory. Marvin left feathers, Steve was out, but was allowed to get over 5 and 192.176 dollars.

After that Nick flew out of the race, was also responsible for it got 256,235 dollars. Now Michael’s “The Grinder” went to the kidneys: from the button, he went all-in with the three-heart and three-piek pair, which appealed to with Ass-Karo. Marvin was happy about a full house, but Michael flew out of the tournament.

This heads-up promised a big duel – and that was it able to lead four to three in the lead, but afterwards he always seemed to be unlucky. All-in matches were the rule, beat himself well, but Marvin got better and could win the win much earlier. A very difficult situation just had to psychologically really work and to endure a lot. To see the victory, which had surely been believed, to float again was surely on his nerves, which even the commentators recognized.

So he finally fell to 800,000, made mistakes – but he never gave up! His perseverance and perseverance brought Marvin back into the game and in the final hand he got a really great set-up: With King Cross and King Piek, went all-in, with Jack-Check and Jack-Heart. The board gave the Ace-Piek, Nine-Check, Three-Cross, Ten-Cross and Ace-Heart. “Mad Marvin” had won! He will be the winner of the World Poker Tour.

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Registered for the tournament were once 152 players, 18 seats was ultimately paid. With a buy-in of 25,000 dollars, a proud and thus relatively high entry price was demanded from the participants. In the final, the first bust-out came when Trevor Pope went all-in with ace cross and three-karo....