Pius Heinz wins the 2011 WSOP Main Event! ($8,715,638)

Ноябрь 14, 2011 Poker News

Pius Heinz wins the 2011 WSOP Main Event! ($8,715,638)

Tags: 2011 november 9, 2011 wsop main event, ben lamb, Martin Staszko, Pius Heinz.

After about 7,5 hours of 3-handed play, the 2011 World Series of Poker finally got a winner, Pius Heinz, 22, from Germany. Heinz is the first German player in WSOP history to win the Main Event. For the win he received amazing $8,7 million dollars (the 3rd biggest cash in WSOP history) while Martin Staszko got $5,4 million for his efforts. This is how the final hand was played out:

Martin Staszko had the button, and he went all in for 39,5 million. Heinz called straight away and flipped over ASpadeKClub, Staszko showed 10Club7Club.
The tension in the room became palpable, and Staszko’s and Heinz fans stood up and shouted for their cards.

The flop came 5Club2Diamond9Spade, and the room fell silent for a moment as neither side had hit anything. The turn card was the JHeart, which gave Staszko another 4 outs. The crowed started shouting again once the dealer was about to put out the river card. It was the 4Diamond and Heinz ran over to his fans, family and friends to celebrate.

1. Pius Heinz – Germany – $8,715,638
2. Martin Staszko – Czech Republic – $5,433,086
3. Ben Lamb – USA – $4,021,138
4. Matt Giannetti – USA – $3,012,700
5. Phil Collins – USA – $2,269,599
6. Eoghan O’Dea – Ireland – $1,720,831
7. Bob Bounahra – Belize – $1,314,097
8. Anton Makiievskyi – Ukraine – $1,010,015
9. Sam Holden – UK – $782,115


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