2012 WSOP: Czech Mate! Tomas Junek Wins Event #56 ($661k)
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Posted on 05 July 2012 by "K".
23-year-old Tomas Junek from Czech Republic is the latest gold bracelet winner after defeating, for example, the 2008 Main Event Champion Peter Eastgate on the final table in Event #56: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em (2,798 players participants) earlier today. Apart the gold coveted bracelet, Junek received $661,022 in prize money.
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4 comments for "2012 WSOP: Czech Mate! Tomas Junek Wins Event #56 ($661k)"
| noonlion||05/07/2012 18:15:47 GMT|
| Sick take down - seriously whats with the 22 year olds winning everything?lol|
I wish I had got into poker in a bigger way younger, seems like the winners are often student types who have had the time to grind like crazy while getting C's..
| Fakiry||06/07/2012 13:02:24 GMT|
| WSOP winners lists is becoming each time more global, filled with people from every countries in the world, although US citizens keep being those who have a bigger presence at the tables. Are they losing their tendence to play well, or foreigners are really becoming as good and even better than those who created the game? The pupil is teaching the master! And receiving a loto f Money for that!|
| Macubaas||06/07/2012 20:21:36 GMT|
| Big congratulations to the winner, he took down a pretty good first prize considering that he only played 1.5k as buy in.|
Also it's nice to see that more and more young players come to the big scene of poker
| tuantuan||07/07/2012 06:48:20 GMT|
| Congratulations Tomas! |
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