BankrollMob Poker News

nov
24

Amer Sulaiman The Champion of 2009 PokerStars LAPT

Tags: Amer Sulaiman, Canada, LAPT, PokerStars, Rogello Pardo, Sol Bergren.
Posted on 24 November 2009 by "K".

Amer Sulaiman never knew that his relaxing holiday trip in Costa Rica would be his ticket to become the first LAPT Season 3 Champion! What started out as playing on a whim, this man born in Iraq had never realized that his vacation would turn out to be a blessing and actually win a poker championship.  After four extremely tough days on poker, Sulaiman had successfully beat all his opponents and emerged as the winner.  He will be taking home the $172,095 prize money which is the biggest win of his poker-playing career.

Sol Bergren, coming up a bit short and earning the runner-up spot, was very disappointed because he said it was his third time in a major competition wherein he got second place again.  Bergren will use his $100,000+ winnings that he earned for second place to support his other world travels.  Bergren’s prize money on this event was his second biggest score of his young poker-playing career.

Below is the list of the final table results.  Take note that this tournament did not took place in Canada.

1st: Amer Sulaiman (Canada) - $172,095

2nd: Sol Bergren (Canada) - $100,492

3rd: Rogelio Pardo (Costa Rica) - $61,551

4th: Eric Levesque (Canada) - $45,221

5th: Francis-Nicolas Bouchard (Canada) - $32,660

6th: Darren Keyes (Canada) - $26,380

7th: Carlos Giron (Guatemala) - $20,098

8th: Patrick De Koster (Netherlands) - $13,818


« Poker News   /   Comment on this news »

Related Articles:

8 comments on "Amer Sulaiman The Champion of 2009 PokerStars LAPT"


 MANUEDO24/11/2009 15:03:54 GMT
Never heard.
Congratulations
No more pro winners.
Seems they left tables to let normal players win
 fejset24/11/2009 15:33:36 GMT
Never heard off him either.. Cool
 LaBaiz24/11/2009 19:20:48 GMT
lots of canadians in the tournament, but for a champion title the price pool seems to be kinda small. should be for the first place ~300K. How many players played here?
 Plexo24/11/2009 21:20:38 GMT
There were 259 players registered. The buy-in was 2.500 dollars so I think that explain why the fisrt place was "only" 172K.
I wanted to be there bout I could not qualify Sad.
Maybe next time.
 paranoid25/11/2009 07:19:46 GMT
1st time heard abt the name...inspired by his success...hope to be there 1 day...congratz mate... Smile
 mazas25/11/2009 09:46:23 GMT
the final table but nobody known ...... Sad
like new pokers players take ahead of real pro teams and beaten them easly Sad
 ZmxPowah27/11/2009 20:25:48 GMT
I don't know anyone either Tongue.
Much people from Canada maybe some friends same , hey that tournament looks quite nice let's go there !
 SuperNoob03/12/2009 09:07:27 GMT
Posted by manuedo
Never heard.
Congratulations
No more pro winners.
Seems they left tables to let normal players win

pros don't bother with these small tourneys

Write a comment:

You must be logged in, to comment on news...

Disclosure: BankrollMob may earn a commission based on the advertisement material on this site. #AD

© 2024 BankrollMob.com - All Rights Reserved CONTACT | ABOUT | PRIVACY & COOKIE POLICY | TERMS & CONDITIONS | NEWSLETTER | AFFILIATES | REPORT SPAM | ADVERTISING
  Please Play Responsibly