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WSOP 2012:

Eight Americans and one Hungarian made the final table
of the World Series of Poker Main Event. Two women made
the final 11, but they were eliminated in 10th and 11th
on the final table bubble.

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Dan Smith Wins EPT9 Barcelona €50,000 Super High Roller    

The European Poker Tour (EPT) has kicked off its ninth Season in style. The first event of the revised formatted tour saw Barcelona host a €50,000 Super High Roller event. 

It attracted 55 players (including nine reloads), thus creating the biggest prize pool in Spanish poker history - €3,072,960. The lion’s share of that fund was reserved for first place - €1,075,000 – and it went the way of form.

What a year it has been for the bespectacled, baseball cap-wearing youngster from New Jersey: 23-year old Dan Smith. The 2012 poker calendar started at the Aussie Millions, and Smith won the $100,000 No Limit Hold’em (NLHE) event for $1,041,828. 

A great start to the year, and as the likes of Erik Seidel and Sam Trickett can testify, a great start in Oz can lead to a wonderful year of poker. Emulate Smith’s success by participating in the Betfair poker tournaments. 

Moving forward to April, and Smith won an incredible three €5,000 side-events at the EPT8 Grand Final at Monte Carlo for close to $800,000. The World Series of Poker (WSOP) was next, and Smith cashed five times, including a 3rd place finish for $368,943. 

If you add his recent Catalan victory to the rest of his triumphs, Smith has already won $3,357,442, with four-months of the calendar year remaining.

Smith defeated a stacked final table that included JC Alvarado, Mike Watson, Ilari Sahamies, Mike McDonald, Erik Seidel, Talal Shakerchi, and Jim McCrink.
The eventual heads-up contest came down to Smith and the Mexican pro, Alvarado. 

A deal was made prior to the heads-up action, which gave Smith €962,925 and Alvarado €788,675, Smith winning with ace-king versus the pocket kings of Alvarado, when an ace spiked the flop.

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Last Updated 22 May 2014
Dan Smith wins Super High Roller

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