While most of the poker world focused on WSOP Europe and PokerStars' WCOOP last week, a £100,000 buy-in tournament took place at Aspinalls, a private gaming club in London, England. Among the 21-players to show up for the expensive tournament were Phil Ivey, Sam Trickett, JC tran, Erik Seidel, Tobias Reinkeier etc.
Of course, many expected one of the well-known poker pros to take home the t[...] Read more » Macau Businessman Wins Big in London!
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 39 (M)
Thinking about where the winner of this event have been earlier, we can now say that this victory wasn't much of a prize for him, since it was only to pay the expenses from the participation Big One For One Drop. Of course that Paul Phua have done a great work here, but the million won here was equal to the million paid to enter One Drop, where he didn't won...
Joined: Nov '10
Age: 27 (M)
dude...he paid his entry to one drop in $ and his winnings from this one were in british pounds...this means aproximately 1.6 million $( slightly less than that considering his entry...but anyways more than 400 k $ won)
Joined: May '08
Age: 34 (M)
Posted by Doarulle: Wow... i can't understand what should i do for play a tournament live...
pay the buy-in
yeah nice win, great payday- especially considering the opposition. this is why poker is so popular- anyone can have a go at pro's. i doubt you would stand a chance winning tennis match against nadal, doesn't matter short or long run...but in poker you can outplay any pro and win big