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British Poker Pro Sam Trickett Keeps Winning Big

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Sep/13/2012
British Poker Pro Sam Trickett Keeps Winning Big

The wins keep on coming for British poker pro Sam Trickett.   

This time Trickett cashed out at the high stakes tables online at the PokerStars.com $200/$400 PLO tables, where he added another $259,000 to his massive 2012 winnings.

On the live circuit, Trickett is approximately $100,000 under Phil Ivey to take over the number two spot of all time biggest poker earners.

Trickett finished 2nd at this year’s $1 million dollar buy-in Big One For One Drop, and that resulted in the 3rd largest payout in tournament history with a $10.1 million cashout. 

He followed up late last month with a 7th place finish at the Super High Roller event in Macau that yielded $999,293.

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- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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