Polish Player Pawel Brzeski Enjoys WSOP

Posted by Bradley, August 14, 2013


Pawel Brzeski

Top Polish poker player Pawel Brzeski, familiar at the Titan Poker tables under the nickname "pbrzeski84", represented Titan Poker this summer in Las Vegas when he competed in the World Series of Poker 2013 Main Event. Pawel did not finish in the money in the Main Event but he hopes to accomplish that goal next year.

Pawel has demonstrated his poker playing skills at other tournaments on the European poker circuit and recently finished in 8th place in the €2,000 No Limit Hold'em Main Event at the Italian Poker Tour in San Remo for a prize of €12,440 ($16,327).

We talked to Pawel about his WSOP experiences this summer and his poker plans for the future. His answers were short and to the point.

Q: First of all, how did you do in the tournament?

Pawel: Busted in day 2.

Q: Did you enjoy playing in the tournament?

Pawel: Of course!

Q: Do you remember any specific hands?

Pawel: I lost a huge pot on Day 1 with set of AA cracked by runner runner flush. I could have done much better in this tournament if I had won this hand.

Q: Who eliminated you from the tournament and how?

Pawel: I don't remember specifics. Just lost some flip while being short.

Q: Did you have any poker celebrities or famous players at your table?

Pawel: Unfortunately not.

Q: Did you meet a lot of other players?

Pawel: Of course. Most players spend July in Las Vegas.

Q: Was this your first trip to Las Vegas?

Pawel: Second.

Q: What were your impressions of Las Vegas?

Pawel: It's a great place for poker player. It would be perfect if online poker was legal all over the USA.

Q: Did you play any other poker (cash games/tournaments) while you were in Las Vegas?

Pawel: I played almost every day while being there.

Q: What was your favorite moment in Las Vegas?

Pawel: Still waiting for such, hopefully next year ;)

Q: What's next for your poker career?

Pawel: Online grind for the next month, then Barcelona Festival, WCOOP, and the Caribbean Poker Tour.


Photo of Pawel at the 2012 WSOP courtesy of the Las Vegas Sun.

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