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Legends of Poker 2011 WPT Led by Ken Aldridge

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Aug/28/2011
Ken Aldridge

Poker pro Ken Aldridge led after Day 2 of the World Poker Tour Legends of Poker 2011.  He held 659,500 in chips.

101 remained of the 757 who entered.  A $758085 first-place prizewill be rewarded to the winner. 

Aldridge, a 57-year-old former school teacher, witnessed his biggest win to date at the 40th World Series of Poker 2009 Event @9 No Limit Hold’em Six Handed where he finished in 2nd place and walked off with$428,259.

 

1

Ken Aldridge

659,500

2

Cody Slaubaugh

658,000

3

Will "The Thrill" Failla

550,500

4

Matt Berkey

502,000

5

Tom Braband

482,000

6

Saifuddin Ahmad

465,000

7

David Tuthill

464,000

8

Ray Henson

454,500

9

James Carroll

450,000

10

Brent Hanks

430,000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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