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Sergio Aido Wins Full Tilt Poker UKIPT Galaway High Roller

Tags: full tilt poker, Sergio Aido, UKIPT galaway high roller.
Posted on Friday, August 09, 2013 by "T".

A total of 36 players entered the Full Tilt Poker UK & Ireland Poker Tour Galaway €2,200 High Roller event on Wednesday. After two days of play, Sergio Aido, who won the WPT National Series Barcelona in October for $115,240 and the UKIPT London £700 NLH event in March for $217,530, was the last man standing and received €24,450 in prize money and the prestigious Full Tilt Poker High Roller trophy.

High Roller results:
1 Sergio Aido €24,450
2 Kyle Maguire €17,460
3 Dermot Blain €11,870
4 Chris Day €6,980
5 Jan Przysucha €4,890
6 Niall Farrell €4,190

 


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7 comments for "Sergio Aido Wins Full Tilt Poker UKIPT Galaway High Roller"

 carluimaca8/11/2013 1:37:53 PM GMT
Great
 arrow-knee-8/11/2013 1:43:52 PM GMT
(the one word topic?)

agreed Big Smile Dollar Big Smile Cool Blink Shock Sleepy Question Big Smile
 demodawggy8/11/2013 4:38:14 PM GMT
Never heard of the guy.... Confused

ONLY 36 folks entered the tourney...? Sh!t,......even a bottom feeder like ME would even stand a chance winning THAT one,...plus I'd get the opportunity to visit family in Ireland. Run up and down the beach squashing jelly-fish,...and taking in the Guinness factory for a few samples...

There is a thousand year old burial mound on one of my aunt's farms in Mullingar... Sleepy
 roeish38/12/2013 5:26:04 AM GMT
Never heard of the guy as well, but I don't think he cares very much...
It seems there are successful players that are winning big on tournaments that aren't famous just because their not on TV.

Iv'e loved my trip to Ireland, both Dublin and the coast line. The Bog was kinda funny, with all those old farmers and Western music. Was like going back in time.
 Macubaas8/12/2013 5:55:25 AM GMT
Congratulations to him i guess...

I also never heard of him before even if he was ATM in some past events. Maybe he will score bigger on future games and will get more attention from poker forums/blogs/sites.
 roeish38/12/2013 6:31:27 AM GMT
Posted by Macubaas:
Congratulations to him i guess...

I also never heard of him before even if he was ATM in some past events. Maybe he will score bigger on future games and will get more attention from poker forums/blogs/sites.


He had a very good year, and his GPI score shows it. If he continues to play at that level, he could become a top 50 player, and we will surely hear about him more often.
Looking at his photos, he looks a little shy and not a tv star material, so he better be a very good player to catch the eye of the public
 doubletop77711/23/2013 3:48:47 PM GMT
Never heard of this guy but what an extraordinary run he is having. He must be some player to be beating these elite fields. I will be keeping an eye on his results in the future

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