This 41st annual WSOP has delivered plenty of action so far, with an all-time attendance high of 63,706 entrants, as well as a total prize pool in excess of $100 million for the sixth consecutive year.
As we head into Day 5 of the prestigious Main Event at the 2010 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Titan Poker’s delegation of players continue to do us proud. As we head into Day 5 of the prestigious Main Event at the 2010 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, Titan Poker’s delegation of players continue to do us proud.
Official Team Titan member Joel Benzinou (Belgium) is still in the game with a notable $629,000K average. Joining him are three amateur players who qualified for the WSOP through Titan’s online satellite tournaments: Michael Maitre ($574,000K, France), Damien Luis ($1,736,000K, France) and Jack Ellwood $120K, UK). Romanian player Ciorteanu Virgil Marius, who qualified through Titan Poker’s World Challenge tournament, busted in 614th place at the end of Day 4 with $21,327 in winnings. The series’ star performer was undoubtedly team member Sam Trickett (UK), who finished second in the $5,000 NL Texas Hold’em Event #17, for a prize of $505,725. Along with five other cash outs, Trickett will be taking home a grand total of $693,827.
The next big event for Team Titan is the upcoming EC Poker Tour in Vienna this November.
Players are invited to take part in our ECPT satellite tournaments at Titan Poker, where they can win €5,500 prize packages to challenge Team Titan at the tables this fall. Players can start practicing now with Titan Poker’s Summer Jackpot promotions, which provide non-stop online tournament action from now through the end of August.