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Final Table Takedown -- Matt Stout

Matt Stout Makes All the Right Moves at All the Right Times

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Feb 05, 2010


Matt “All in at 420” Stout has been playing poker tournaments for a living for four years. After some moderate success in college, his career took off in the casinos of Atlantic City, when he turned 21. Since then, he’s been a consistent contender on both the online and live-tournament circuits, with more than $2 million in cashes online and nearly $1 million live. Recently, Matt signed as a “Pro” with a site on the Cake Poker network, called Lock Poker, along with several other members of Poker Players International. You can contact Matt directly at Event WPT World Poker Finals Players in the Event 353 First Prize $910,058 Finish Third Hand No. 1 Matt Stout – 2,200,000 Soheil Shamseddin – 1,150,000 Tom Dobrilovic – 500,000 Curt Kohlberg – 1,120,000 Blinds: 12,000-24,000 Antes: 3,000 Players Remaining: 10 Hand No. 1 Key Concepts: Three-betting preflop versus flat-calling with a monster; ...

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