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WSOP, Las Vegas, 2010

Titan Poker action in Vegas

A delegation of 34 Titan Poker players including 7 members of Team Titan descended on Las Vegas, with the goal of going all in for poker fame and fortune.

The results speak for themselves.

Sam Trickett wins big

Sam Trickett from Nottingham, England, brought home the honor to Titan Poker and Team Titan by taking home a final tally of $693,897.

Event #17 ($5,000 buy-in, NL Holdem) was the event that increased Sam's bankroll by over a half a million dollars for a 2nd place finish. He also finished 7th and pulled in over $140,000 in event #52 ($25,000 buy-in, NL Holdem, 6 handed).

Final Table in Side Event

Trickett continued to show good form by finishing within the bubble in events #8 (NLH, $1,500 buy-in), #11 NLH, $1,500 buy-in), #39 (NLH Shootout, $1,500 buy-in),and #45 (NLH, $1,500 buy-in).

To learn more about Sam Trickett click here.

A big finish for Damien Luis

The Frenchman, Damien Luis, an online package winner from Titan Poker, plowed through the competition at the Main Event and finished in an impressive 41st place. Not bad for a few days of playing a relaxed and focused game at the tables - $206,395.

A cheerful Maitre at the tables

Michael Maitre found his edge in the Main Event with a great performance landing him 137th place and a $57,102 cash prize.

Joel Benzinou - Team Titan

Joel Benzinou our Belgian Team Titan representative finished in the money with $57,102 for a 151st place finish. This was the highest finish for a Belgian player in the history of the Main Event.

To learn more about Joel Benzinou click here.

Marius takes on Las Vegas

Ciorteanu Virgil Marius, the Titan Poker World Challenge 3rd place finisher from Romania, also managed to capture a humble 614th place in the Main Event. He walked away with $21,327 and a big smile on his face.

Sebastian Winkler

Sebastian Winkler from Germany, played in many of the events but was not fortunate enough to finish in the money. That always leaves for a next time.

See you all next year!

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