Disappointing defeat of Tom Dwan

Disappointing defeat of Tom Dwan

Professional poker players are not just public people. They like to capture attention to themselves by making unusual activities and scandalous statements. In 2010 Tom Dwan was remembered due to such an action. Despite his excessive self-confidence, Dwan couldn't justify the promise given to himself and hundreds of his admirers.

As a result of successful performances on satellites Tom Dwan managed to become a member of the eleventh event of World Poker Series in 2010. He participated in a non-limited Hold 'em tournament the entrance fee of which cost 1.5 thousand dollars. Dwan publicly promised to reach the tournament final, and get a desired gold bracelet by all means to be remembered to the audience. After that, many people began to follow the game of Dwan, and wait for his victory.

Indeed, the victorious Tom Dwan's procession was unsurpassed. He was beating the top players one by one leaving them behind the game ship. After several giddy victories he managed to reach the final. However Dwan's dreams weren't fated to come true. He had to yield to a little-known player Simon Watt from New Zealand in the most complicated heads-up.

 
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