November 3, 2010

Jeff Forrest Wins World Poker Tour Finals

JeffForrest_Large.jpgSounds like this year's World Poker Tour World Poker Finals, which happened Tuesday, had a nice little bit of drama going on - sorry we missed it. Not only was there a record number of draw-outs (over 200), young up-and-coming Jeff Forrest took the whole shebang for over half a million bucks. This also kicked up some dust over the Card Player of the Year race - check out the full story at CardPlayer.com.

When it was all said and done a young poker talent stood atop the field of 242 players as a WPT champion that won a title in his very first WPT event. Jeff Forrest, a 22-year-old rising poker talent beat Dave Inselberg heads up after the two outlasted an impressive final-table lineup that included Keven Stammen, Mohsin Charania, Nikolai Yakovenko, and Thomas Marchese.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at November 3, 2010 8:30 AM
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