Monday, 8 November 2010
The Fox Poker's month-long London Calling festival came to a conclusion over the weekend with a £300 Main Event that created a hefty prize pool of £61,200.
A total of 204 players bought in on two opening days, including the likes of Neil Channing, James Akenhead, Barny Boatman and Joe Beevers. In the end it was Simon Wing who took the title after beating Gem Husnu heads up.After ninety minutes of heads up play the pair agreed to a chop with each of them taking home £13,000. They carried on playing for an extra £2,171 and the all important title with Wing emerging victorious.The final table positions and payouts were as follows:1. Simon Wing - £15,171 2. Gem Husnu - £13,000 3. Rory Liffey - £6,968 4. James Price - £4,847 5. Terence Mitford - £3938 6. Vach Nankoosing - £3,029 7. Carlos Citrone - £2,424 8. Steve Watts - £1,818 9. Kenny Tsang - £1,212For more information about the Shaftesbury Avenue venue's tournament schedule visit http://www.foxpokerclub.com/Keep up to date with all the news from the poker world by following us on Twitter and Facebook.
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