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Final-Table Takedown: Randal Flowers Takes Down Two Huge Pots Along the Way to Capturing a Second WPT Title

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Dec 10, 2010


Randal “RandALLin” Flowers won his first World Poker Tour title last year at the Spanish Championship at the age of 20, which made him the youngest WPT champion in history. In April of 2009, he finished second in the PokerStars mid-stakes Spring Championship of Online Poker event No. 17, for $117,800. He has more than $2.6 million in online- and live-tournament career cashes. Event: 2010 World Poker Tour Festa al Lago main event Players in the Event: 335 Buy-in: $10,000 First Prize: $831,500 Finish: First Hand No. 1 Stacks: Randal Flowers – 285,000 Villain – 150,000 Blinds: 1,500-3,000 Antes: 400 Players at the Table: 9 Key Concept: Knowing when to be aggressive, and against which types of opponents Craig Tapscott: Sometimes a key hand occurs during the middle stages of an event that catapults a player to the final table. You played just such a hand on day three. Can ...

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