Phil Laak Wins First Bracelet In Event #1 at the 2010 WSOP Europe

"Maximum cheeze shippage.£170,802 ($267,010). Plus some gold! Holla!!," tweeted Laak after winning his first WSOP bracelet.

Six weeks after Evel Knieveling off an ATV and breaking all sorts of shit and nearly losing an eye, Phil Laak grabbed his first WSOP bracelet today by taking down Event #1 (£2,650 NLH Six-Handed) at the 2010 WSOP Europe in London. The win earns him  £170,802 and impressively follows two deep runs already this month at the English Poker Open and the Partouche Poker Tour in fuck you France.

For more on Laak’s win and the final table, go here.

Our “This Week In Poker” interview with Laak about his ATV accident and injuries here.

In related WSOP Europe news, Event #2 (£5,250 Pot-Limit Omaha) is underway, drawing 120 runners, including Laak. At the dinner break, Dario Alioto, Chad Brown and 2010 WSOP November Niner John Racener were among the early leaders.

Live reports here.

 

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