19 year-old U.S. American Harrison Gimbel, a ginger (?), won the 2010 PCA Main Event, banking $2.2M.
Gimbel had attended the University of Alabama, but recently dropped out to pursue poker full-time. Smart choice, apparently. If he’s really smart though, he’ll quit while he’s ahead, put the money in savings or invest in real estate while prices are down, go back and get his degree, get a real job and only play poker as a hobby from here on out. Just sayin’…they all go broke, kid.
Gimbel defeated Ty Reiman ($1,750,000) heads-up for the title. Capping off an amazing four-month run, Barry Shulman ($1,350,000) finished third.
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In related PCA news, Dario Minieri leads after Day 1 of the $25,000 High-Rollers event. Minieri is stacked at 218,600. He’s followed by Lex Veldhuis with $214,500. Joe Cada is fourth overall with 164,400.
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