On Sunday, the final table of PokerStars UK and Ireland Poker Tour concluded. After several hours of play, Sergio Aido, who started the final table sixth in chips, had all the chips and was crowned the UKIPT London champion. Aido, from Spain, overcame a field of 1,099 players entereing the tournament for £700 each (prize pool £746,221).
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Joined: May '12
Age: 27 (M)
Sergio Aido, lucky man now. Such a nice sum to win. Some people work all their life to built up that amount of money. That's why poker is so successful the last couple of years with a steep rising of the total players in the world. Poker lets amateurs believe they can conquer the world and win every tournament, a splendid cash prize. The truth is most of the players are losing money. It's only the players who have a slight control on the game and some patience that can get victorious from time to time.
I wish I could once, win such a tournament. I'd feel like I'm in the sky. Most of the money I would keep safe. But I'll buy myself some reward too.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 39 (M)
He wasn't even among favourites when the final table startted but he managed to turn everything on his side, what a great game he must have played. Now he has a lot of time to decide on what to do with the prize.