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jun
26

WSOP 2013: Norbert Szecsi Wins Hungary's Fourth Bracelet!

Tags: 2013 wsop, Chris DeMaci, event 42, hungary, no-limit holdem, Norbert Szecsi, world series of poker
Posted on 26 June 2013 by "T".

United States and Canada have been taking down most events at the 2013 World Series of Poker so far while big poker nations like Great Britain and France have gone winless. Yesterday, however, another country received a bracelet as Norbert Szecsi from Hungary took down the country's forth bracelet in WSOP history.

The final table Event #42: $1,000 No Limit Hold'em had no previous gold bracelet winners and only one player (Chris DeMaci) had played a WSOP final table before. Szecsi overcame the final table in just a few hours time after a few dramatic all-ins that gave him the title. The 22-year-old poker player from Budapest received a gold bracelet and a sweet $345,037 first prize.

1st: Norbert Szecsi - $345,037
2nd: Dennis Gnidash - $214,760
3rd: Chris DeMaci - $149,281
4th: Kirby Martin - $107,512
5th: Rory Mathews - $78,576
6th: Bryce Landier - $58,126
7th: Ariel Celestino - $43,564
8th: Dana Buck - $33,065
9th: Jonathan Bennett - $25,392

 

mar
5

Video: Andras Koroknai Wins the L.A. Poker Classic! ($1,788,040)

Tags: andras koroknai, hungary, la poker classic, poker, wpt
Posted on 05 March 2010 by "T".

It came to be the Hungarian Andras Koroknai who took home the WPT LA Poker classic. Andras Koroknai dominated the final table, and when it was time for heads-up, he had a lead with 13,450,000 against his final opponent Raymond Dolan's 1,450,000 stack. With blinds of 75,000 - 150,000 (25,000 ante) it was just a matter of time before Raymond was forced to move all in and try to double up before his stack would be gone. And as expected, it all came to an end straight away

Andras Koroknai moved all in from the button, and Raymond Dolan called with Q[c] 4[h]. Koroknai flipped over Q[h] 8[h].

FLOP: 10[h] 9[h] 4 [d]

Read more » Video: Andras Koroknai Wins the L.A. Poker Classic! ($1,788,040)


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