June 3, 2011 at 8:33 pm #24351Danish ShaikhMember
There are now only 8 players left in Event #2 Heads-up No-Limit Hold’em (Buy-in: $25,000 Entries 128). The biggest name in the remaining field of players is the Danish Full Tilt Poker Pro Gus Hansen. Gus is already guaranteed at least $138,852 but if he goes all the way he will walk away with $851,192.
Gus Hansen (Monaco)
Matt Marafioti (Canada)
Eric Froehlich (United States)
Anthony Guetti United States)
Yevgeniy Timoshenko United States)
Jake Cody (United Kingdom)
David Paredes (United Kingdom)
Nikolay Evdakov (Moscow)
June 7, 2011 at 5:36 pm #30673Danish ShaikhMember
Jake Cody won the $25k Heads-up event
It ended up being the Britain poker pro Jake Cody who won the $25,000 heads-up event after knocking out Yevgeniy Timoshenko, from America, in second place. For the win Jake Cody received a first place prize of $851,192 and his first WSOP bracelet. The win also meant that he completed Poker’s Triple Crown – the 2011 WSOP $25k heads-up win, the WPT Grand Prix De Paris win in 2005, and the EPT Dublin Championship win in 2006.
June 8, 2011 at 10:48 am #24352Jake WitcherMember
Those would be Roland De Wolfe’s Tripple crown wins. Jake is only 22 / 23 so if he won the WPT paris stop in 2005 that makes him slightly underage,
Jake cody was WPT London and EPT Deauville and now WSOP 25k heads up
he is also the third person to do it (second Brit), After Roland De wolfe and Gavin Griffin.
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