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Wigglesworth Is Black Belt Poker London Live II Champ (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Wigglesworth Is Black Belt Poker London Live II Champ
Article ID 00041273
Author Rebecca McAdam
Date JULY 27 2022
Peter Wigglesworth topped a 414-strong field at London’s Grosvenor Victoria Casino to become the Black Belt London Live II champion. Wigglesworth’s final opponent was Michael Yiannikkou and after a few run-ins the two decided to play for the trophy and split the money. However, before they could each take home $16,000, it had to be decided who would get the title. The final hand came when on a flop reading K 8 4 the two found themselves all in with Wigglesworth holding K Q and Yiannikkou tabling Q 8 . The turn was the 7 and the river was the J making sure Wigglesworth got all the bragging rights. Here are the results and payouts including bonuses earned: 1. Peter Wigglesworth $16,020 2. Michael Yiannikkou $16,020 3. Gareth Alder $9,600 4. Gavin Hall $7,450 5. Andy Nguyen $4,500 6. Raj Rughwani $3,520 7. Louis Manson $2,850 8. Stephen Power $2,250 9. Seth Webber $2,000 Some of the more familiar faces who turned out for the event had bounties of up to $250 on their heads. On top of this, Black Belt Poker paid out up to 20 percent more to those who made the money. A total of 20 bounties included the likes of Ross Boatman, Luke Schwartz , Jake Cody , Nik Persaud , Richard Ashby , JP Kelly , Marty Smyth , Surinder Sunar , the Sensei himself Neil Channing , and the first season’s champion, Paul Pham . There were three bounty-on-bounty fatalities, one of which involved friends James Mitchell and James Dempsey . The tussle ended with the Irish Open winner sending bracelet-holder Dempsey to the rail.

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