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Martin Jacobson

The Lucky Champion of WSOP

Here is a big news, have you heard of a Swedish guy who call Martin Jacobson won $10,000,000 at the World Series of Poker Main Event.

Martin Jacobson (27), a Swedish professional poker player, to beat Felix Stephensen from Norway and his pair of nines in the Las Vegas tournament with three tens.

When confetti blasts signalled his win, all his friends and family ran to embrace him, 'There's no such thing as a 'perfect tournament,' but this was close to perfect, maybe.' Jacobson said.

He was the only player of the 9 final to win more than $10,000,000 at the World Poker Tour event..

Beginning heads-up play with the chip lead over his opponent, on the 35th hand of heads-up his 10♥ 10♦ prevailed over Stephensen’s A♥ 9♥ to win the title.

This wasn't Jacobson's first try to win. He travelled to Las Vegas when he was 21, to enter the main event. Prior to his poker career, Jacobson studied to be a chef. Jacobson was in the European arena with success, including two runner-up in the EPT tournament.

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