keluaran hk Slovenia: Miha Travnik First Slovenian to Win Major Title

keluaran hk Slovenia just finished, with local Miha Travnik taking the first place title and $144,399! Travnik will also be receiving a $25,500 entry into the WPT World Championship held at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, later this year.
WPT Slovenia featured 141 entrants and a total prize pool of $554,609, running for five days total. It was located in the historic Metropol Casino, in the sunny beach-side getaway of Portoroz, Slovenia. The Metropol Casino is known for its castle like architecture and breathtaking pin-up kaz views of the stunning Adriatic Sea.
The twenty-year old Travnik came in with online only experience. This was his first major live tournament and he was up against some stiff competition. With Portoroz’ close proximity to Italy, many of Italy’s top pros made the flight. It seems though that home field has its advantages. With this win Travnik becomes the first Slovenian to win a major international poker tournament!
At the final table tough Swedish pro Johannes Korsar, who held the chip lead for much of the tournament, tried to make it back to back Swedish WPT wins, after fellow countrymen Lukas Berglund won the first stop on this year’s WPT Tour, the WPT Spanish Championship. Korsar ended up settling for third after losing a pin up casino online few monster hands to Italian live pro Vincento Natale.
Heads up action found Travnik facing Vincento Natale and very short on chips. Only by overcoming a large chip deficit was Travnik able to get the win. The win meant a great deal to Travnik, who is very proud to bring the first ever WPT Title to Slovenia, as well as to do it in front of his friends and family looking on from the rail.
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This is the 10th season of the WPT, with two events already done out of twelve scheduled for the year. The next three events will be Legends of Poker in Los Angeles (Aug 25th), WPT Grand Prix de Paris (Sept. 5th), and the Borgata Poker Open in Atlantic City (Sept. 18th).
Also, next month in Los Angeles, Season 9 Player of the Year Andy Frankenberger is scheduled to receive his Player of the Year trophy at a special ceremony.
Final Table Results:
1st: Miha Travnik: €84,500 – Slovenia
2nd: Vincenzo Natale: €70,700 – Italy
3rd: Johannes Korsar: €48,500 – Sweden
4th: Ferdi Ciorabai: €36,300 – Romania
5th: Gaetano Fortugno: €28,800 – Italy
6th: Marcello Marigliano: €23,400 – Italy
Scott Seiver Wins 2011 WPT World Championship
The World Poker Tour championship main event can be summed up with one picture, Scott Seiver, sitting in front of a table covered in money, $1,618,344 to be exact. Seiver’s arms are outstretched throwing four morbidly obese money stacks high up into the air. With a massive grin and stellar play, the affable and gregarious young lad known as Scott Seiver came up huge winning the 220 person 2011 WPT World Championship at the Bellagio!
After coming into the final table tied for the chip lead along with PCA champion Galen Hall, with 5,075,000, Scott Seiver ended season nine of the World Poker Tour with a bang, winning it’s most prestigious tournament.
The turning point came when Scott Seiver got all his chips in preflop with AdKd versus Tony Gargano holding KhJh with four players left to win a massive pot and take his chip stack to 10 Million. Then there were three players left, Scott Seiver, Galen Hall, the winner of January’s PokerStars Carribean Adventure Main Event, and pre-online boom player Freddy Bonyadi.
Scott Seiver had the answer for Galen Hall, making a big call with K10 offsuit in the big blind to knock out Bonyadi with Jd7d. Heads up came down to one huge final pot. The board came out 10c 6d 2s Qc Ks. After heavy betting on the river, Bonyadi showed Qs 10h two pair losing to Seiver with Js9d for the straight. Congratulations to Scott Seiver, the 2011 World Poker Tour World Champion!