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Anthony Ruberto wins WPT Jacksonville ($325,928)

Tags: Anthony Ruberto, Darryll Fish, WPT Jacksonville.
Posted on 23 November 2011 by "T".

Anthony Ruberto beat a field of 393 players and took home the World Poker Tour Jacksonville main event for $325,928 - the biggest cash in his poker career. When the final table began, Ruberto had a huge chip lead (more than 2 million-chip advantage over his closest opponent) and his biggest threat was Darryll Fish, who has experience playing in the WPT spotlight after finishing 6th in Season IX's LA Poker Classic. But Fish was knocked out already in 6th place and none of the other opponents could stop Ruberto from laying hands on the first prize and the WPT Jacksonville trophy.

Final table results:
1 Anthony Ruberto $325,928
2 Sam Soverel $187,762
3 Lisa Hamilton $112,657
4 Vitor Coelho $75,105
5 Artie Rodriguez $55,077
6 Darryll Fish $46,315


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4 comments on "Anthony Ruberto wins WPT Jacksonville ($325,928)"

 vlplastika23/11/2011 11:17:38 GMT
Congratulations to all the final table, especially the winner of this tournament. progress and further achievements in live tournaments.
 Talabi23/11/2011 11:23:37 GMT
Never heard of this fella, so I guess we should hear from him again pretty soon. Congrats!
 Fakiry23/11/2011 11:29:48 GMT
He must be very happy with this conquest, his biggest win in his short career, but that will sure suffer an upgrade from now on. And winning $3525k with KJ as last hand? I am very afraid when playing this hand. Its good, two high cards, but that can put us in an inside straight draw situation that just makes us suffer from knowing the low odds of that. I know he must haven’t thout much about this when he saw it, being the in final HU and chipleading. Keep up the good work!
 GIOMi624/11/2011 02:28:43 GMT
Congratulations Anthony for winning this prestigious tournament. Good luck in other big tourneys, I wished I had the bankroll to play these Live Events.

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