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John Juanda Wins Event 16

John Juanda wins event 16 and gets $367,170!

The professional poker player Indonesian John Juanda won the 16th event on WSOP 2011 ($ 10,000 2-7 No-Limit Draw) thus earning its 5th bracelet in his career, which gives now the 12 th place in the poker players with more WSOP bracelets.

John played the final with Phil Hellmuth, the player with the most WSOP bracelets ever totaling 11 in all, the camino were great players like Nick Schulman and David Baker. The end of this course was very intressante since the dinner break, Hellmuth had over 2.6 million records of 3.8 into play with three players. Juanda beat Richard Ashby in third place after they returned, however, and he had his eyes fixed firmly on the stack of Hellmuth.

When heads-up play began, Hellmuth was still had "chip-leader" in a ratio of 3:1, but the advantage was the ability Juanda and soon began to show the gameplay completely. It was concentrated in the stack of Hellmuth with methodical precision, and epic battles they've had begun an hour. Many in the poker world Juanda considered to be one of the best players of "no limit" of the world, and he proved that this reasoning was valid, pressing Hellmuth in a corner.

The "heads up" lasted more than three hours, Hellmuth began to show signs of growing frustration over the last hour, and Juanda thrived on the opportunity to remain silent under the skin of your opponent. After struggling with such a strong pose for so long, Hellmuth started looking a little overwhelmed and nasty, sinking in his chair and muttering under his breath. On the final hand Juanda eventually win with a queen and Hellmuth was sincere in giving him his congratulations, admitting that he was afraid of Juanda in heads-up.




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