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2015 WSOP Day 8: Colossus and Two Others Crown Champs on an Event-Filled Day

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The biggest tournament in live poker history crowned a champion on Day 8 of the 2015 World Series of Poker, with two other bracelet events also doing the same.

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Matt is reaching deep today for an uber, ultra, contrarian pitcher. 
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Local Businessman Kevin Tedesco Crowned Fourth PMU.fr WPT National Cannes Champion

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After 4 days of poker action at the sunny Cote d’Azur, local businessman Kevin Tedesco won the heads up battle against Jose Besalduch for €90,000 in the PMU.fr WPT National Main Event.

The 431 player field found its way down to 2 players and after a 30 minute heads up Kevin found [Kh] [Th] in the BB having a 3 times bigger stack than his opponent Jose Besalduch, who was holding [Ah] [8d ]. Jose raised to Kevin who packs out a 3bet which ends on a 4bet shove from Jose. After a short cogitation Kevin calls. The board reveals [4d] [2s] [3h] [3s] [Tc]! The river giving Kevin two pair and the win of PMU.fr WPTN Cannes.

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Kevin Tedesco, who only plays poker as a hobby, managed to leave a big field of professional players behind him including WPT Champions Club member Guillaume Darcourt, PMU pro Romain Paon, PMU pro Erwann Pecheux , PMU pro Brian Benhamou, PMU pro Damien Lhommeau , Unibet Pro Quentin Leconte, PKR Pro Patty Baumier, WSOP Bracelet Winner Antonin Teisseine and much many, to score his biggest ever live cash.

Final Table Payouts:

Rank Player Prize
1 Tedesco Kevin €90,000
2 Besalduch Jose €63,000
3 Benyeffou Ikam €41,000
4 Steinmetz Ronald €30,100
5 Cefali Charles €22,900
6 Zocchetti Ludovic €18,200
7 Ta Sebastien €15,300
8 Hamouni Nicolas €12,200

 

Saturday night Les Marches opened its doors for a night to remember at the official WPT player’s party sponsored by PMU.fr. Free drinks, a buzzing DJ and the beautiful view over the harbour in Cannes created a heated party atmosphere and players used the night to dance, drink and socialise off the the tournament floor.

Players Party Players Party Players Party Players Party Players Party Players Party

Click here for the live updates: http://poker.blog.pmu.fr/category/coverage_live/wptn-cannes-2015/ and use this link to watch the livestream: http://poker.blog.pmu.fr/coverage_live/wptn-cannes-2015/wptn-cannes-day-3-le-live-stream-cest-ici/

That’s a wrap from PMU.fr WPTN Cannes, but the next WPTN summer stop is Gioco Digitale WPT National San Remo 12th – 15th June with the €990 Main Event. Check out the official WPT.com event page for further information: http://worldpokertour.com/event/national-events-gioco-digitale-wpt-national-san-remo-season-2015-2016/#eventTab1

 

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2015 WSOP Day 6: Hyper Champ Crowned, First 10K Final Table, Le Goes for Back-To-Back

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Day 6 of the 2015 World Series of Poker saw John Reading win gold in the $ 1,000 Hyper Hold’em event and the first $ 10,000 buy-in event’s final table reached.

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Zinno Continues to Chase WPT History

Day 2 of the WPT Amsterdam Main Event at the Holland Casino has ended with 65 players still clinging to the hope that they will be a WPT Champions Club member. 341 entrants created a total prize pool of €992,310.

The man who will lead the field when we return for Day 3 will be Joep van der Bijgaart. He bagged up 438,000 chips, after firing four bullets, and leads a series of big stacks including Barrie Pietersz (367,500), Giacomo Fundaro (312,000), Jason Wheeler (278,000) and Guy Goosens (271,500).

Other notables still in with a chance of winning a WPT title are Scott Davies (215,000), Noah Boeken (69,500), Andrew Chen (61,000), David Yan (238,000), Sorel Mizzi (254,000) and WPT Champions Club member Giacomo Fundaro (312,000) The group of players who are in line to win four WPT titles is an exclusive one. There is nobody in it. Anthony Zinno bagged up 116,000 chips and will hope to fill that void. Players who were less fortunate include WPT Champions Club members Yevgeny Timoshenko and Dominik Nitsche.

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Final figures:

Total: 341

Day 1A: 130 entries

Day 1B: 194 entries

Day 2: 17

Prizepool after deductions: €992,310

Video Coverage: Bryn Kenney was the star of today’s video. WPT Royal Flush Girls Dalia and Jeannie challenged the poker pro at the Ellen Degeneres heads up game. Watch the full video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GH6_sqcqz5Y

Full live updates: As always the hand for hand action plus pro interviews can be found on WPT.com.

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High Lights From A Week of APPT Macau Poker Action

The 2015 PokerStars.net APPT Macau poker festival is in the books, all tournaments have finished. And with that, we look back one more time, one more look back at all the fun we had. Scott Davies showing his excitement, Bryan Huang and Danny McDonagh battling it out in Poker Jeopardy!, Celina Lin and Randy Lew taking their personalized quiz, and so much more.

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2015 WSOP Day 3: Wang Defeats Kenney for Gold; Colossus Kicks Off

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Day 3 of the 2015 World Series of Poker saw the Colossus kick off and Michael Wang defeat Bryn Kenney heads up to win gold.

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Zinno Continues to Chase WPT History

Day 2 of the WPT Amsterdam Main Event at the Holland Casino has ended with 65 players still clinging to the hope that they will be a WPT Champions Club member. 341 entrants created a total prize pool of €992,310.

The man who will lead the field when we return for Day 3 will be Joep van der Bijgaart. He bagged up 438,000 chips, after firing four bullets, and leads a series of big stacks including Barrie Pietersz (367,500), Giacomo Fundaro (312,000), Jason Wheeler (278,000) and Guy Goosens (271,500).

Other notables still in with a chance of winning a WPT title are Scott Davies (215,000), Noah Boeken (69,500), Andrew Chen (61,000), David Yan (238,000), Sorel Mizzi (254,000) and WPT Champions Club member Giacomo Fundaro (312,000) The group of players who are in line to win four WPT titles is an exclusive one. There is nobody in it. Anthony Zinno bagged up 116,000 chips and will hope to fill that void. Players who were less fortunate include WPT Champions Club members Yevgeny Timoshenko and Dominik Nitsche.

Anthony

 

Final figures:

Total: 341

Day 1A: 130 entries

Day 1B: 194 entries

Day 2: 17

Prizepool after deductions: €992,310

Video Coverage: Bryn Kenney was the star of today’s video. WPT Royal Flush Girls Dalia and Jeannie challenged the poker pro at the Ellen Degeneres heads up game. Watch the full video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GH6_sqcqz5Y

Full live updates: As always the hand for hand action plus pro interviews can be found on WPT.com.

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2015 WSOP Day 2: First Bracelet Awarded; Two Brits Cash in Event #4

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Day 2 of the 2015 World Series of Poker saw the first bracelet won and British players progress in both Event #3 and #4.

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