Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Finals 2011 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas

22-year-old German Heinz Pius won 8 720 000 USD, winning the world championship of poker. Now it can radically change their lives.

"Frankly, I do not know yet what I'm going to do with the money," admitted Heinz early Wednesday after his victory "probably buy gifts home."

(35 photos)

1. German-born Heinz Pius, November 8, 2011, Las Vegas. Heinz became a world champion of poker.

2. Phil Collins, Matt Giannetti, Pius Heinz from Germany, Samuel Holden, from the UK, Ben Lamb, Anton Makievsky from Ukraine, Eogan O'Dea from Ireland, and Martin Stazhkov of the Czech Republic, participating World Cup of Poker.

3. Doyle Bryunson stands before the finals of Poker.

4. Players at the table during the final World Cup of Poker, November 6, 2011, Las Vegas.

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6. Badi Bunahra during the final World Championship Poker.

7. Ben Lamb at the time of finals of Poker.

8. Ben Lamb, left, of Las Vegas and Martin Stazhkov of the Czech Republic.

9. Pius Heinz from Germany, November 8, 2011, Las Vegas.

10. Phil Collins reacts to the loss, 6 November 2011.

11. Sam Holden from the UK, 6 November 2011.

12. Matt Giannetti reacts to losing, November 6, 2011.

13. Anton from Ukraine looking Makievsky on board, 6 November 2011.

14. Ben Lamb, 6 November 2011.

15. Martin Stazhkov from the Czech Republic, November 8, 2011.

16. Matt Giannetti, 6 November 2011.

17. Eogan O'Dea from Ireland looking at the opponents, November 6, 2011.

18. A fan greeted Martin Stazhkov, November 8, 2011.

19. Jennifer Palmer, November 8, 2011.

20. Pius Heinz, November 8, 2011.

21. Martin Stazhkov from the Czech Republic, November 8, 2011.

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23. Pius Heinz from Germany, November 8, 2011.

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26. Pius Heinz, left, and Martin Stazhkov in the final, 8 November 2011.

27. Pius Heinz celebrates victory with fans, November 8, 2011.

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29. The winner of the World Cup of Poker Pius Heinz.








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