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Luke Schwartz Set to Play in Poker Million Semi Final

Schwartz Beats Assortment of Pros to Move to Next Stage

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Luke “FullFlush1” Schwartz has some new ammunition to his controversial outspoken ways with his latest endeavour. Yesterday, at a live table, and not in the virtual world in which he is most known, the young pro beat a host of respected players including John Duthie and Tony G, and will now play in the Poker Million VIII semi final in Oct.

It was Duthie who took on Schwartz heads up, and despite going in with more chips, the EPT founder could not hold onto them when Schwartz lived up to his online name with a higher flush than his opponent.

The event was won last year by Marty Smyth who is a Boylepoker.com sponsored pro. Time will now tell if the logo will once again be lucky as Schwartz continues to wear it for the next leg of the battle.

Action continues today in other heats at MatchroomPoker.com.