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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

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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 mstout@lockpoker.com. 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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