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Elio Fox wins the WSOPE Cannes Main Event ($1,927,310)

Tags: chris moorman, elio fox, jake cody, wsope.
Posted on Friday, October 21, 2011 by "T".

When the final table of the WSOP Europe Cannes Main Event was about to start yesterday Elio Fox, from New York, was in a big lead with about 3,9 million chips, and in second place was no one else than Jake Cody, from UK, with 2,6 million. The other 6 players, most of them with over $2m in tournament winnings, also had plenty of chips to gamble with, so it was very hard to foresee a winner.

It became an extremely though final table as many had expected and it took about 9 hours before the tournament found its winner, Elio Fox. Elio Fox, 25, played fantastic poker from start to finish and never seemed threatened by his opponents. For the win he received amazing $1,9 million and became a part of history as he had won the biggest Main Event in WSOP Europe history.

Final table results:
1st Place - Elio Fox (New York, US)
2nd Place - Chris Moorman (Basildon, UK)
3rd Place - Moritz Kranich (Hamburg, Germany)
4th Place - Brian Roberts (Austin, US)
5th Place - Dermot Blain (Ulster, Ireland)
6th Place - Shawn Buchanan (Abbotsford, Canada)
7th Place - Jake Cody (Leeds, UK)
8th Place - Max Silver (London, UK)

 


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2 comments for "Elio Fox wins the WSOPE Cannes Main Event ($1,927,310)"

 Fakiry10/21/2011 10:58:33 AM GMT
He didi t, he mananged to keep the first place for him til the end and won the €1,400K! If he did such a great work along all the tourney, i believe many say he deserved it, it wasnt just efficiency, it was also effectiveness! Nine hours in a final table is a proof of the difficulty of it. Wow, look at the numbers of €100's in the table...
 SuperNoob10/22/2011 1:56:45 PM GMT
Jake Cody will surely be pissed after finishing in 8th place, but was always gonna be a tough table. on the other hand, Fox did very well maintaining his lead and winning it.

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