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Mohsin Charania Wins 2017 $1500 No-Limit Hold’em

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Jun/30/2017

One of the best online poker players, Mohsin Charania, has won the 2017 No-Limit Hold’em Event #52.  

"This is pretty damn awesome," said Charania following the big win. 

"This happens when I'm just playing online on Tuesday, so I'm used to it. Wait until you see me get deep in like a $109 [online]. It's just chaos," joked Charania. "No, you get used to it and you learn to block it out and you know like you're kind of excited because you know that when you win a pot, everyone is going to cheer for you, so it's kind of nice.

"I kind of felt, maybe a little bit of pressure coming into the day because I had a lot of chips," said Charania. "And then the day just didn't work out for me in the beginning, so I was like seven of 10. It was really kind of a straightforward final table. I didn't get into any crazy spots, so I didn't have to make any massive decisions, so I never felt like any intense pressure."

Final Table Results:

1st: Mohsin Charania - $364,438

2nd: Cary Katz - $225,181

3rd: Brandon Ageloff - $161,844

4th: Andy Frankenberger - $117,611

5th: Mikhail Ruody - $86,424

6th: Samuel Phillips - $64,226

7th: Ian Steinman - $48,276

8th: Yanki Koppel - $36,708

9th: Milan Simko - $28,239

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