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Sam Trickett wins Partouche Poker Tour (€1,000,000)

Tags: Partouche Poker Tour, sam trickett
Posted on 14 November 2011 by "T".

Wow, what an amazing finish the Partouche Poker Tour main event got since Mr. Sam Trickett, who brought the largest stack to the final table, played fantastic poker and took down the tournament for €1,000,000. According to different tournament results sites, Trickett has now won about $6.5 million in his live-tournament career - about $5 million of those winnings come from cashes this year. Very, very impressive!

Final table results:
1. Sam Trickett - €1.000.000
2. Salman Behbahani - €600.000
3. Oleskii Kovalchuk - €379.760
4. Ilan Boujenah - €300.000
5. Roger Hairebedian - €230.000
6. Mustapha Kanit - €190.000
7. Alexander Dovzhenko - €160.000
8. Alexandre Coussy - €130.000
9. Mads Wissings - €100.000



Partouche Poker Tour final table starts tomorrow

Tags: Oleksil Kovalchuk, Partouche Poker Tour, Sam Trickett
Posted on 11 November 2011 by "T".

Now when the 2011 WSOP Main Event has found a champion it's high time for the final table of Partouche Poker Tour in Cannes, France. The final table kicks off tomorrow and the 9 finalist will fight for a first prize of amazing 1,000,000 euro (about $1.4 million).

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Partouche Poker Tour: 47 players left - Trickett and Helppi are 2 of them

Tags: juan maceiras, juha helppi, partouche poker tour, sam trickett
Posted on 16 September 2011 by "T".

Three days of the Partouche Poker Tour's Main Event is now in the books, and tomorrow 47 players will continue the tough road towards the final table where a 1 million euro 1st prize is up for grabs. Chip leader is the PokerStars-sponsored pro Juan Maceiras with 800,000 chips. But there are a few more players with similar stacks, so it won't be easy for the Spanish poker pro.

The 2 biggest names with chips left are Juha Helppi and Sam Trickett. Sam Trickett is in 10th place at the moment, and Helppi can be found a bit further down in the field. Let's hope that at least one of them makes it through to the final table. It would defiantly add to the thrill!



Partouche Poker Tour: 2011 WSOP bracelet winner in huge lead!

Tags: Freddy Deeb, Juha Helppi, Oleksii Kovalchuk, Partouche Poker Tour, Sam Tricket
Posted on 15 September 2011 by "T".

101 players still have chips left in the Partouche Poker Tour's Main Event. 63 of them will receive a share from the prize pool and the winner will take home €1 million. Now, the biggest names that will return today are Juha Helppi, Sam Tricket, Freddy Deeb and David Vamplew. But unfortunately none of them are in the very top of the field.

In a big chip lead is Oleksii Kovalchuk, from Ukraine, with 892,500. Kovalchuk is not a newcomer in the poker scene even though his name probably isn't familiar to most people. At this year's WSOP he took home the $2,500 NLH 6-max event, and earlier this year he also took home an event on the Russian Poker Tour and the IPT tour.



Partouche Poker Tour: 1 million euro first prize up for grabs

Tags: france, Giuseppe Pantaleo, partouche poker tour, Tobias Reinkemeir, vanessa selbst
Posted on 14 September 2011 by "T".

Incase you missed it: the Partocuhe Poker Tour Main Event has been running in the past 2 days. Already Day 1a and Day 1b are over and 322 players will return to the tables today and play Day 2. The current chip leader is Giuseppe Pantaleo with 265k chips. Unfortunately many of the biggest names busted during the first day, but there are still a few notables left.

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Vanessa Selbst wins Partouche Poker Tour (1,3 million Euro)

Tags: Ali Tekintamgac, Partouche Poker Tour, Vanessa Selbst
Posted on 10 November 2010 by "T".

After a quite long break, just like the 2010 WSOP Main Event, the final table of the prestige filled Partouche Poker Tour was played last weekend. It ended up being the American Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst who survived a field of 7 opponent and laid hands on the first prize of €1,300,000. Now you might wonder why the final table only included 8 players. The reason for this is that one of the players was disqualified from the tournament.

Ali Tekintamgac, the WPT Barcelona winner, has for a long time been accused of cheating, but no one has ever been able to prove anything - until a few days ago. The tournament crew went through video clips from the beginning of the tournament and found out that Tekintamgac had used false media representatives and bloggers to help him with information on his opponents hole cards. Let's just hope, for Ali Tekintamgac's own sake, that he wasn't cheating at WPT Barcelona as well.

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