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Player of the Year

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Sep 17, 2010

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Look Out:Miguel Proulx More often than not, success at a poker table comes at the expense of other areas in a person’s life. Tournament poker is an endeavor that is not always conducive to school, family, and other careers. There are players out there who are good examples of balance, and one such player who had a strong summer in Las Vegas was Miguel Proulx, a family man and college graduate. Proulx won the $2,500 pot-limit Omaha event at the 2010 World Series of Poker to take home $315,311 in prize money and 1,440 Card Player 2010 Player of the Year (POY) points, but he wasn’t done. He made an even larger score when he finished second to Daniel Alaei in the $10,000 pot-limit Omaha world championship to add another $482,265 and 1,750 POY points to his take for the summer. He plans to use much of his winnings for ...


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