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Final Table Takedown Timothy Adams Takes Down a Second PokerStars Live High Roller Event in 2017

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Jan 31, 2018

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Timothy Adams was born in Canada to English parents and currently lives in Europe. He built his poker bankroll from grinding six-max online cash games working his way from $3-$6 to $25-$50. Nowadays, he still plays online cash games, but in the past couple years has primarily focused on high-stakes live multi-table tournaments. He loves learning more about poker each day and that’s what keeps him passionate about the game and coming back to play.  In May of 2017, Adams won the €25,000 buy-in PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo high roller for $399,485. In October, he cashed for $1,009,000 at the Asia Championship of Poker high roller. Adams now has more than $7 million in career tournament earnings. Event: 2017 PokerStars Championship Prague Super High Roller Players: 34 Entry: $58,611 First Prize: $654,900 Finish: 1st Key Concepts: Bet sizing; Fold equity Craig Tapscott: You’ve had a lot of success in these ...


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