Sunday, 5 October 2008
Dead in the water when there were only four left, American Michael Martin has made a colossial comeback to win the EPT here in London.
Martin collects a cool £1,000,000 for his win here, and the jaws are still on the floor. The last hand was a typical race, with his pocket fours holding up against Tureniec's two overs (K-9 offsuit), but it was the manner of this win which has left us agog. They say you need to win your races to win these tournaments, but Martin did more than that, catching cards in all the right places to ensure he would be crowned the Season 5 PokerStars.net EPT London winner.Congratulations too for Michael Tureniec, who parlayed $800 on PokerStars and converted that into a £525,314 pay day. Not bad!
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