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Matt Affleck. The second victory in Coco Poker Open

Matt Affleck. The second victory in Coco Poker Open Portal Mazal

 

While disastrous attempts to legalize casino near Boston only lead to conflict escalation between the city officials, an unknown petitioner and Wynn Resorts Company, we are witnessing a great victory of poker lucky beggar.

 

Matt Affleck was born in Seattle and is known for his great victories in live poker tournaments. Now he became the proud owner of the Championship Coco Poker Open first prize with an impressive buy-in, amounted up to 2 500 dollars. Championship was held in Seminole Casino in Coconut-Creek, Florida. And the first prize was 264,000 dollars.

Affleck’s path to this victory was not long and arduous at all. He skillfully and quickly deduced rivals from the game one by one, and by the heads-up he was left eye to eye with Jean Gaspard. Right there a violent confrontation between titans of poker began. The atmosphere was tense. In the final hand Gaspard had seven an ace, and Affleck got two eights. This helped him to gain unprecedented victory and $264,000 prize. Jean Gaspard left the game in the honored second place with a wonderful prize of 155,000 dollars.

NB! Affleck's first victory in the Championship of such a scale was achieved in the Six-Max tournament in January 2014. The competition was held in No-Limit Hold'em with buy-ins up to $1 090 in Atlantic City as part of the winter tournament of World Poker Tour Borgata Winter Poker Open. For such a short period of time between these two great victories Affleck impressed everyone with his incredible gaming activity. For nine times he was in the Top 25 list of the best poker players, and 5 times he has been in the top ten lists. Now he can boast a total poker tournament winnings of 1 800 000 dollars.

We congratulate Matt Affleck and wish him long-lasting success!