Tuesday, 3 May 2011
Pablo Baldur was the toast of Madrid last night after taking down the latest leg of the Paradise Poker Tour.
The Spaniard sealed the victory after a marathon final day which eventually drew to a close at 5am. Baldur, alongside Jose Luiz Lopez, Raul Magdaleno and Jose Maria Somolinos agreed to chop while play was four-handed but played on for the title and an extra €4,000 with Baldur sealing the title by making a great call with Q5 on a 7K522 board.“It’s really nice to have won because I live in Madrid – this is my casino – and I’m not really a tournament player.” said the delighted winner, “This was just a bit of fun to be honest and it’s been just that, not just because I won but also because I played with friends along the way. I’m a professional cash game player right now but I enjoy tournaments, they make a nice break from the routine. If I can travel playing tournaments as well – that’s even better!”The Paradise Poker Tour returns to Spain for the Grand Final in Barcelona from 28 to 31 July. Qualifiers are up and running at ParadisePoker.com.Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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