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Tomas Junek Scores 2012 World Series of Poker Bracelet For Czech Republic

Junek Earns Massive $661,022 Payday

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Tomas JunekTomas Junek, a poker pro from Prestavlky, Czech Republic, became the latest winner at the 2012 World Series of Poker when he won event no. 56, the $1,500 no-limit hold’em tournament.

Junek topped a massive field of 2,798 players, banking $661,022 and 1,200 Card Player Player of the Year points.

Junek defeated a final table that included former WSOP main event winner Peter Eastgate, as well as David Borg, who finished runner-up. Other notables with deep runs included Alex Queen, Sam Holden and Will Failla.

Here is a look at the final table results.

Finish Player Name Payout POY Points
1 Tomas Junek $661,022 1,200
2 David Borg $410,517 1,000
3 Donald Vogel $289,530 800
4 Peter Eastgate $209,111 600
5 Eliyahu Levy $152,867 500
6 Andrew Taylor $113,092 400
7 Steven Goldberg $84,649 300
8 Tomas Trampota $64,101 200
9 Bassel Moussa $49,105 100

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