The Englishmen, John Kabbaj, took home event #45 PL Hold'em with a buy-in of $10,000. When the tournament was down to heads-up, it took 28 hands before the final hand was played and John Kabbaj finally was the last man standing.
It seemed like it would be a long heads-up between John Kabbaj and his final opponent Kirill Gerasimov. But after 28 played hands everything came to an end when both pl[...] Read more » WSOP: John Kabbaj takes home the world champion title in PL Hold'em
haha KK verses AA i always thought that this is only possible on some fakey poker sites =) but that shows me how lucky you must be to win a tourney of such a size ,, i does not count only skill but also luck , many luck =) congratulations to John Kabbaj for this great win
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 40 (M)
Funny how this touney ended. This final would always be remembered by the two players whatever the final hand and the result, but with a final hand like this, its a story to tell to their grandchildren and they start saying "no way, is that true? Did that really happened grandpa!?" Both will say its a true story, the difference is that one says it smiling and the other says it with a tear in the eye!