jueves, 25 marzo 2010
Carlos “El Matador” Mortensen ha ganado el World Poker Tour Hollywood Poker Open que se celebró en el Casino Hollywood de Lawrenceburg, Indiana, EEUU.
El torneo de buy-in 9.600$+400$ reunió a 144 jugadores. Mortensen llegó a la mesa final como chip leader y siguió allí para luego ganar 393.820 $ y su tercer título del WPT. Mortensen ya es el jugador que más torneos del WPT ha ganado (con Gus Hansen) – y tiene más de 9 millones de dólares en ganancias, 5.75 millones de ellos del WPT.El resultado final del World Poker Tour Hollywood Poker Open:1 Carlos Mortensen - $393,8202 Mike Mustafa - $223,6233 Frank Calo - $167,7174 Chris Bell - $124,9665 Ravi Raghavan - $105,2346 Jerry Payne - $88,791
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