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Antoine Saout Comes Third!

Added on November 9th, 2009 by admin
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Antoine Saout

Antoine Saout

Our boy played a brilliant game fighting from 6th place to become chip leader, however, he succumbed to losing to a pair of deuces which reduced his chips significantly and finally getting rivered by a King, both to the same player Joe Cada.

From a betting point o view it was unfortunate but at least we had a good run for our money and quite frankly I would love to get 18/1′s like Antoine Saout. Still he did collect $3,479,670 for his time.

damn deuces

damn deuces


WSOP Final

Added on November 5th, 2009 by admin
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Antoine Saout

Antoine Saout

The big event on Saturday is set to start 12 noon (Pacific Time) and I have been given a surprise tip by Magical Tipser – it is Antoine Saout.

He is the 25 year old Frenchman who is the surprise package in this years final and subsequently he is a big price (18/1 on Betfair). As the rank outsider he is expected to be one of the first to be knocked out, however, do not be surprised if he stays in a lot longer than most people think.

Apparently he has been practicing very hard by playing in all sorts of tournaments and seems to have a lot of stamina which is needed for such competition.

James Akenhead – come into the calculations as another big price (15/1) but he is also short stacked and he too will need a miracle, but sometimes miracles do happen.


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