The 2012 PCA Main Event is now in the books. After serval days of play, John Dibella, a 43-year-old stock trader from Westchester, New York, was the last man standing after knocking out Kyle Julius in 2nd place.
Dibella survived a field of 1072 players to reach the fantastic first prize of $1,775,000. Dibella's previous tournament cashed totaled just $42k, and his biggest cash up to this point ca[...] Read more » Stock trader won the 2012 PCA Main Event ($1,775,000)
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
Some companies will definitely use this guy as an example of the opposite of what just happened. May companies are trying to get the attention of online poker players to go invest on the stock market, saying there are similar ways to act in both activities. This just gives them one more reason to try to convince us to go there and show we can also win in the stock market. I still have my doubts about that…
Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 52 (M)
Don't know about how he feels, but I would be considering a career change at this point. At 43 years old unless I was vesting in my own business it would be time to stop working for the man. Also, goes to show the professionals don't win'em all!
Joined: Mar '11
Age: 33 (M)
very good, it will be a great player coming? I confess I've yet to see moments of this tournament but I will look to see them, and congratulations to the great champion that follow with great achievements