Jens Lakemeier has emerged victorious in the $2,500 Big Bet Mixed tournament of WSOP 2017 after besting a field of poker players totaling up to 179 entrants. Not only did he take home the event's title, but also he has claimed his first ever gold bracelet along with a guaranteed prize pool cash worth $112,232.
The 23-year-old German poker pro's victory is just one more proof that German poker pla[...] Read more » 2017 WSOP: Jens Lakemeier wins $2,500 Big Bet Mixed Event
Joined: Jan '17
Age: 60 (M)
Never heard of big bet mixed poker but i sometimes play different poker formats I like to try such games like badugi, omaha hil/lo, stud hi/lo, razz and I also like very much 5 cards poker, it is called russian poker in my country and I sometimes olay this pomer in casino with my friends
Joined: Mar '14
Age: 44 (M)
Huge congratulations go to Jens Lakemeier from Germany who won the $2,500 Big Bet Mixed event in Las Vegas. German players are a force to reckon with, indeed. When you look at the results of the major tournaments (both live and online), you will almost always notice a German player at the top of the payouts or near the summit.
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 47 (M)
Never heard of Big Bet Mixed too, but gratz to this young poker pro for his first bracelet winning at the WSOP! The first time winning was unforgetable and a cash winning over 112k gives his bankroll a nice push i think.
Joined: May '09
Age: 33 (M)
congratulation to him on winning mixed tournament!you have to be great player to beat all of this players in this kind of poker,so many different games in one tournament and to be concentrated on every stage!
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 41 (F)
With all the big prizes we read lately, this one with a bit more than 100k, is not even news But a good return for the buy in, no doubt about that. His overall winning look good so far, closing to the million.
Jens Lakemeyer is certainly a good player and of course he invested quite a lot of money he needed to play either right or wrong ... he played correctly and eventually won good money ... I certainly congratulate him on this victory and I want to be in his place