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Brit Student Stuns Crowd with £1.2 Million WSOP Win

University dropout turned poker player Nick Marchington has defied the odds by winning £1.2 million at the World Series of Poker (WSOP).

Competing at the annual poker festival, Marchington made the final table of the Main Event. Regarded as poker’s world championship showpiece, the young player paid $10,000/£8,000 to join 8,569 hopefuls.

WSOP Win Marks Career-High for Marchington

Although he failed to win a coveted WSOP bracelet, the 21-year-old did scoop the biggest payout of his career. What’s more, his achievement suggests his decision to leave university early was a wise one.

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London is set to host the most expensive poker tournament in history thanks to the Triton High Roller Series.

Backed by Partypoker and part of the Asian company’s push to revive the high stakes scene, Triton London will cost £1.05 million to enter.

Dwarfing anything the capital has seen before, the exclusive event will take place between August 1 and 3 inside London’s Park Lane Hilton.

Triton to Host Summer Sizzler

After details of the latest Triton event went live, speculation as to who would play was rife. With the buy-in taking poker to new heights (as seen in the … Read more