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2010 WSOP - $2,5k mixed hold'em: Gavin Smith finally got his long-awaited bracelet

Tags: $2.500 mixed holdem, 2010 wsop, bracelet, event 44, Gavin Smith.
Posted on 28 June 2010 by "T".

507 players signed up for the $2,500 mixed hold'em (event 44) at the 2010 WSOP. After 3 long, but interesting, days of poker there were only 9 players left and time for the final table to be played. Danny Hannawa started the final table as the chip leader with Gavin Smith not far behind. Gavin quickly overtook the chip lead and then knocked out Danny in heads-up. For the win he got his very first WSOP bracelet and the first place prize of $268,238.

Gavin Smith, 41, has won over $5 million dollars during his 16 year poker career, including 4 WPT final tables and a win at 2005 Mirage Poker Showdown. In the past few years, Gavin has been very anonymous when it comes to WSOP results - until now. After reading an interview with him after his long-awaited win, one quickly understands how hard he has been working on his game before the 2010 WSOP. I don't think Event 44 could have gotten a better (and happier) winner than Gavin Smith.

 


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9 comments for "2010 WSOP - $2,5k mixed hold''em: Gavin Smith finally got his long-awaited bracelet"

 DAGOR28/06/2010 20:49:31 GMT
Hello everybody!
It's great for him. It is a very serious player. He mmérite is clear from the time he played with the best!
See you soon for new posts lol!
 Hajinnho28/06/2010 21:02:12 GMT
"Gavin Smith, 41, has won over $5 million dollars during his 16 year poker career, including 4 WPT final tables and a win at 2005 Mirage Poker Showdown."

wow, didnt know that. I always thought he is just a guy enjoying the game a little. Of course i knew he was no completly amateur, thats for sure. But i wasn´t informed about him beeing THAT good.
But a very nice job!
 ZmxPowah29/06/2010 00:01:30 GMT
He must be really happy... after that time finally he got what he wanted... still more WSOP events maybe he will got something there also ^^.
You never knows ^^.
 oliver08229829/06/2010 01:21:20 GMT
Posted by DAGOR:
Hello everybody!
It's great for him. It is a very serious player. He mm�rite is clear from the time he played with the best!
See you soon for new posts lol!

good work!
 EimsbushKing29/06/2010 02:21:04 GMT
finally.

well done and deserved.
 xxxbchxxx29/06/2010 03:28:44 GMT
Good for him but out of all the players there why is he the one that looks like a bum.../...hobo.
He just looks dirty all the time!
Dont get me wrong i like the guy but hes just a mess
 NaziPal29/06/2010 09:06:32 GMT
Another example of what the results of doing your homework can bring! Poker is very interesting to me, cause it's one of those games that, tho there is much luck involved, there is also that technical other half. Much like real life!!!
 Hajinnho29/06/2010 21:00:44 GMT
Posted by xxxbchxxx:
Good for him but out of all the players there why is he the one that looks like a bum.../...hobo.
He just looks dirty all the time!
Dont get me wrong i like the guy but hes just a mess


as i said, he is just enjoying the game imo. not the one for good-dressed partys, but someone having really much fun. And as it turns out a good player too.
 mazas01/07/2010 13:38:07 GMT
finally he did it just all must say congrates for him long 16 years work it must come one day and he do it so good luck all

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