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Matt Giannetti of the 2011 November Nine Wins WPT Malta

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Sep/25/2011
Matt Giannetti

Las Vegas poker pro Matt Giannetti, who is among the 2011 World Series of Poker November Nine, has won the WPT Malta.

Leading up to both events, Giannetti has won just over $361,000.  He has had two 4th place finishes and a 5th place finish with 14 cashes. 

240 players took part in the 2011 WPT Malta.

This is his biggest pay day to date with the $273,200 win.  He is guaranteed to walk off with much more at Novembers WSOP Final. 

1. Matt Giannetti – $273,200*

2. Cecilia Mescaline – $159,412

3. Filippo Bianchini – $104,936

4. Simon Trumper – $72,985

5. Tristan Clementon – $54,381

6. Fabien Sartoris – $41,977

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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