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Pius Heinz from Germany, who plays on Titan Poker under the nickname “MastaP89”, defeated Martin Staszko from the Czech Republic in a long, drawn-out battle to win the 42nd World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2011 $10,000 No Limit Hold’em World Championship Main Event.

Heinz’s first place prize was $8,715,683, while Togel Hari Ini had to settle for second prize of $5,433,086.

Crowd favorite American Ben Lamb had to settle for third place after being eliminated very quickly on the final day of play in Las Vegas.

After Staszko held the lead for most of the heads-up play, a major turning point came when Heinz’s A Q was able to hold off against a flush draw that never panned out. This gave the German a monstrous lead for the first time, leading in chips by 161,500,000 to 44,400,000.

Heinz, a 22-year-old who has only recently turned from online poker to live tournament action, scored a 7th place finish in the WSOP $1,500 No Limit Hold’em event in June for a prize of $83,286.

Staszko scored four cash-outs in different WSOP events, including a 58th place finish in the $1,500 No Limit Hold’em tournament for a prize of $10,156.

A total of 6,865 players from around the world competed this past summer in the WSOP Main Event, and the final nine resumed their play after a few months’ break earlier this week. Play stopped when only three players remained in the action, only to resume on November 8th.

First to be eliminated today, in third place, was Ben Lamb, who has already been selected as Player of the Year of the 42nd World Series of Poker. Previously this summer, Lamb had captured a WSOP bracelet by winning the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship for a prize of $814,436 and he also finished 2nd in the $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha event.  Lamb won $4,021,138 for his third place finish in the Main Event.

Martin Staszko and Pius Heinz were the first players to make the Main Event final table from their countries. With seven different countries represented among the November Nine, this was the most internationally diverse Main Event final table in WSOP history.

Pius Heinz from Germany, who plays on Titan Poker under the nickname “MastaP89”, defeated Martin Staszko from the Czech Republic in a long, drawn-out battle to win the 42nd World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2011 $10,000 No Limit Hold’em World Championship Main Event.

Heinz’s first place prize was $8,715,683, while Staszko had to settle for second prize of $5,433,086.

Crowd favorite American Ben Lamb had to settle for third place after being eliminated very quickly on the final day of play in Las Vegas.

After Staszko held the lead for most of the heads-up play, a major turning point came when Heinz’s A Q was able to hold off against a flush draw that never panned out. This gave the German a monstrous lead for the first time, leading in chips by 161,500,000 to 44,400,000.

Heinz, a 22-year-old who has only recently turned from online poker to live tournament action, scored a 7th place finish in the WSOP $1,500 No Limit Hold’em event in June for a prize of $83,286.

Staszko scored four cash-outs in different WSOP events, including a 58th place finish in the $1,500 No Limit Hold’em tournament for a prize of $10,156.

A total of 6,865 players from around the world competed this past summer in the WSOP Main Event, and the final nine resumed their play after a few months’ break earlier this week. Play stopped when only three players remained in the action, only to resume on November 8th.

First to be eliminated today, in third place, was Ben Lamb, who has already been selected as Player of the Year of the 42nd World Series of Poker. Previously this summer, Lamb had captured a WSOP bracelet by winning the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Championship for a prize of $814,436 and he also finished 2nd in the $3,000 Pot Limit Omaha event.  Lamb won $4,021,138 for his third place finish in the Main Event.

Martin Staszko and Pius Heinz were the first players to make the Main Event final table from their countries. With seven different countries represented among the November Nine, this was the most internationally diverse Main Event final table in WSOP history.

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