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Player of the Year

by Ryan Lucchesi |  Published: Apr 16, 2010


L.A. Poker Classic and EPT Berlin Add Contenders to Player of the Year Race The World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic $10,000 no-limit hold’em main event concluded recently, and thanks to the massive field of 745 players, there was a lot of money and Card Player 2010 Player of the Year (POY) points up for grabs. The turnout was the second-largest in the history of the L.A. Poker Classic, topped only by 2007’s 791 participants. The champion was Hungarian Andras Koroknai, who took home $1,788,001. He also earned 2,400 POY points, and jumped up to sixth place in the standings. Following his win, he was mobbed by the group of supporters who had cheered him on so enthusiastically all night long, and they finished off their display of joy by tossing him into the air in celebration of the victory. The runner-up was Raymond Dolan, who also had a supportive ...

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