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by Card Player News Team |  Published: Aug 20, 2010


Huck Seed Wins WSOP Tournament of Champions Continues to be Successful Playing Against the Best By Ryan Lucchesi Sometimes, a poker tournament is a bigger story before it happens. That was the case with the World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions (TOC) this year. The TOC was back after last being held in 2006, and this time, fans were allowed to vote on 20 of the players who would make the final field of 27. The top picks were the biggest names in poker, with Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, and Doyle Brunson garnering the most fan votes. The voting process helped build anticipation for the event, which was poker’s version of an all-star game with no gold bracelet on the line. There was $1 million up for grabs, but as former TOC champions Annie Duke, Mike Matusow, and Mike Sexton will attest, winning the title was the ultimate goal ...

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