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Hungarian Andras Koroknai Wins LA Poker Classic and $1.7 million

Hungarian Andras Koroknai's scored a $1,788,040 victory plus a seat at the WPT World Championship at Commerce Casino's L.A. Poker Classic main event. Cheered on by Hungarian countrymen, Koroknai proclaimed, "I feel excellent! It took a bit of luck, but I had the support of my friends throughout the tournament who gave me excellent advice. I ran well to get here. I didn't even come for the tournament; I came for the great cash games, but when I won the two $1,000 satellites, I got a seat in main event."

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Tom Marchese Wins Inaugural North American Poker Tour Event at the Venetian

Online poker wiz Tom "kingsofcards" Marchese, a 22-year-old professional from New Jersey, outlasted 872 others and overcame a huge chip differential to vanquish runner-up Sam Stein and win $827,648 and his first major live poker tournament. This $5,000 buy-in Venetian main event was the first North American Poker Tour event held on US soil.

The 22-year-old has been playing online since he was 20 and has winnings of $350,000 online to push his two-year career earning total over the million dollar mark.

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Tom Marchese Wins Inaugural North American Poker Tour Event at the Venetian

Online poker wiz Tom "kingsofcards" Marchese, a 22-year-old professional from New Jersey, outlasted 872 others and overcame a huge chip differential to vanquish runner-up Sam Stein and win $827,648 and his first major live poker tournament. This $5,000 buy-in Venetian main event was the first North American Poker Tour event held on US soil.

The 22-year-old has been playing online since he was 20 and has winnings of $350,000 online to push his two-year career earning total over the million dollar mark.

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Midwestern Revelation: 73-Year-Old Lee Patitz Wins Iowa Circuit Opener

Lee Patitz, a 73-year-old electrical generating plant control room operator from Hastings, Nebraska, won the $300 no-limit hold 'em opening event at the Horseshoe Council Bluffs WSOP circuit tour stop. Victory brought him $27,332 and a handsome gold-and-diamond trophy ring.

Patitz, who comes to town once a month to play a tournament and made three final tables and won another $300 no-limit event at last year's Circuit, described his victory as "Fun, fun, and more fun."

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Midwestern Revelation: 73-Year-Old Lee Patitz Wins Iowa Circuit Opener

Lee Patitz, a 73-year-old electrical generating plant control room operator from Hastings, Nebraska, won the $300 no-limit hold 'em opening event at the Horseshoe Council Bluffs WSOP circuit tour stop. Victory brought him $27,332 and a handsome gold-and-diamond trophy ring.

Patitz, who comes to town once a month to play a tournament and made three final tables and won another $300 no-limit event at last year's Circuit, described his victory as "Fun, fun, and more fun."

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Greg Heslip Wins Annie Duke Poker Tournament at Pala Casino

Greg "Grumpy" Heslip's 10-8 topped Shawn Delargy's 6-4 in the final hand and the San Diego quality engineer pocketed the $8,000 first prize at the $25,000 Annie Duke Free Roll Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament Saturday, January 30 at Pala Casino Spa & Resort, located outside of San Diego, CA.

Heslip beat 66 players, including Duke, for his first tournament victory. Duke, a top poker professional, hosted Pala's first major tournament in its new 15-table poker room that was part of the casino's $100 million renovation.

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Greg Heslip Wins Annie Duke Poker Tournament at Pala Casino

Greg "Grumpy" Heslip's 10-8 topped Shawn Delargy's 6-4 in the final hand and the San Diego quality engineer pocketed the $8,000 first prize at the $25,000 Annie Duke Free Roll Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament Saturday, January 30 at Pala Casino Spa & Resort, located outside of San Diego, CA.

Heslip beat 66 players, including Duke, for his first tournament victory. Duke, a top poker professional, hosted Pala's first major tournament in its new 15-table poker room that was part of the casino's $100 million renovation.

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LA Poker Classic Keeps Chugging Along at Commerce Casino

Commerce Casino's LA Poker Classic just keeps rolling on. Poker Player Newspaper's previous issue included results from Events 1 - 8. This time we have results from events 9 - 23, and guess what? We're not done yet. Not by a long shot. A total of 51 events comprise this tournament, which began January 20 and concludes its six-week run on March 4.

Upcoming events include a $10,000 buy-in heads-up championship on February 23, a $10,000 buy-in no-limit event that begins February 26, and a three-day, $25,100 buy-in high rollers tournament two days later.

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LA Poker Classic Keeps Chugging Along at Commerce Casino

Commerce Casino's LA Poker Classic just keeps rolling on. Poker Player Newspaper's previous issue included results from Events 1 - 8. This time we have results from events 9 - 23, and guess what? We're not done yet. Not by a long shot. A total of 51 events comprise this tournament, which began January 20 and concludes its six-week run on March 4.

Upcoming events include a $10,000 buy-in heads-up championship on February 23, a $10,000 buy-in no-limit event that begins February 26, and a three-day, $25,100 buy-in high rollers tournament two days later.

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Jeff Madsen Strikes Gold at the Borgata Winter Poker Open

Poker pro Jeff Madsen walked away with $625,000 for winning the Borgata Winter Poker Open, a $3,500 buy-in tournament and annual event that was formerly a stop on the World Poker Tour. That score pushed his career winning just above the $3 million mark.

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