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2018 WSOP: Event #11: $365 PLO GIANT won by Canada's Tim Andrew for 116,015

Tags: 2018 WSOP, Pedro Arroyos, Tim Andrew
Posted on 04 July 2018 by "T".
Scheduled from June 3 to July 3, 2018, Event #11: $365 PLO GIANT of the 2018 WSOP has now come to an end, and the one who outlasted a field of 3,250 entries is Canadian Tim Andrew, who has won his very first bracelet with his first cash at the WSOP series. This tournament format of the popular game of pot-limit Omaha is a new one offered by WSOP and it has a very affordable buy-in price for its[...]   Read more » 2018 WSOP: Event #11: $365 PLO GIANT won by Canada's Tim Andrew for 116,015

  4-Jul-18, 12:02   #1
2018 WSOP: Event #11: $365 PLO GIANT won by Canada's Tim Andrew for 116,015 0   
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With a buy in like that, and the game being Omaha plo, it wasnt a surprise, hat it had more than 3000 players in.
And the prize money of course due to that made a nice payout for all the
116K from a 365 buy inf Smile

  4-Jul-18, 20:41   #2

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Come on people! What a boss Big Smile
Missing out on a copuple hands and going for a shower instead rushing 2 play 'cause why not - this kid here has nerves like ice cold steel. Congrats to him, great story Big Smile

  4-Jul-18, 20:45   #3
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Is a pretty good amount for him and with a bracelet he did something beautiful. For an omaha game it is very good. Even if it's a popular game you can not win this money so fast with omaha. This is the situation and i congratulate this player for his abilities and for 1st in this game.

  4-Jul-18, 21:54   #4

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again the new owner of the poker bracelet .... yeah what's happening lately ??? ... used to be a small number of poker players who played these bracelets and now that neither the tournament so the new owner of the bracelet .... it seems to me that this bracelet loses its value ... am I right? Question

  5-Jul-18, 08:46   #5
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It must take a great deal of concentration to play a tournament for a month and it must give a great deal of satisfaction to actually win the whole thing. I think these lower buy-ins are a great thing and long may they continue

  6-Jul-18, 15:29   #6
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Not manny players in this tournament with same money buyin of 365 dollars like in texas no limit holdem tournament. About three times more in texas nl than pot limit omaha, maybe people like texas more

  8-Jul-18, 13:08   #7
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Congratulation Andrew for winning huge prize money by playing poker. I would like to know the secrets of this game. I am already investing lots of money to play poker but still I m loser. Please help me to tell the secret of winning.

  17-Jul-18, 19:01   #8

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Congratulations to the Canadian winner Tim Andrew, who took home his first bracelet and also with this triumph his first prize in cash that has not been bad ... one day I will play the Omaha since for now I liked it a lot Confused Confused Confused

  27-Aug-18, 20:09   #9

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Massive well done to Tim Andrew, who won the event #11 and captured his first ever WSOP gold bracelet. All the memorable events that ever takes place in your life mostly happens unexpectedly. Life is full of surprises and serendipity.

  27-Aug-18, 21:47   #10
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Another reported poker win for over 100k. This amount is really life changing and I would be able to make a lot of really good changes in my life with that amount of money. One can only dream to sometime reach that kind of potential! I think my best chance for a good profit at poker would be the Jackpot games when I finally get to move up in stakes. I'm thinking that I need to reach at least the $3 games to earn good enough for me to be happy with it.

  4-Sep-18, 18:54   #11
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Erru, you can try to play satellites, to qualify in games of $11 dollars, 22, 33, 55 and after that to make some money ( few k ). Then you can play $ 109 games and maybe you may be successful. Of course, there is a tax in these games, if you win and retire, but even so it's good to win. This Tim Andrew will pay tax for this amount of money but he has proven, is an excellent player to make more money in his career, in future.

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