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Poker news tagged with 'wpt legends of poker'

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aug
30

Josh Hale Wins the WPT Legends of Poker

Tags: ali eslami, greg mueller, jeff madsen, josh hale, wpt legends of poker
Posted on 30 August 2012 by "T".

World Poker Tour Legends of Poker attracted a field of 622 players this time. When the final table with last 6 players started yesterday Josh Hale had the chip lead, but not many believed that the unknown American would have a chance against experiened players such as Ali Eslami, Greg Mueller, Jeff Madsen etc.

Read more » Josh Hale Wins the WPT Legends of Poker

sep
1

Will "The Thrill" Failla won the 2011 WPT Legends of Poker ($758,085)

Tags: season x, Will The Thrill Failla, wpt legends of poker
Posted on 01 September 2011 by "T".

Yesterday, the final table of World Poker Tour Legends of Poker in Los Angeles was played. In total, 757 players took part in the tournament and 6 of them made it to the final table. But even though quite a few notables took part in the tournament it ended up being an anonymous final table. Will "The Thrill" Failla arrived at the final table with the largest stack.

Read more » Will "The Thrill" Failla won the 2011 WPT Legends of Poker ($758,085)

aug
27

WPT: Andy Frankberger wins WPT Legends of Poker

Tags: andy frankberger, joe hachem, joe sebok, wpt legends of poker
Posted on 27 August 2010 by "T".

When World Poker Tour's Legends of Poker tournament was about to be settled the other day one got to watch a very anonymous final table. Some big names made it to the money (Joe Hachem, Joe Sebok etc) but not even close to the final table. Last notable to leave the tournament was Jonathan Little - 12th place. Anyhow, it ended up being Andy Franberger from New York who took down the final table after many hours of play. For the win he received nothing less than $750,000 and a free entry to the WPT Final at Bellagio next year. I can only imagine how much this win must mean to him since his biggest cash before this one was only $2000. It will be interesting to see if he will play as well in the WPT Final next year.

1. Andy Frankenberger, $750 000

2. Kyle Wilson, $370 000

3. Tom Lee, $174 772

4. Tom Braband, $109 000
5. Jared Jaffee, $86 000

6. Franco Brunetti, $63 000
7. Steve Reitzfeld, $45 000

8. Wade Woelfel, $35 000
9. John Smith, $29 000

10. Hoan Ly, $24 000

 


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