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US Player Elio Fox Wins 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Oct/21/2011
US Player Elio Fox Wins 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event

Elio Fox of New York has won the 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event. 

Fox beat out a record field of 592 in the €10,000 buy-in main event and cashes in on €1.4 million ($1,927,310).

Fox has had a successful 2010 having previously won the Bellagio Cup VII Main Event and the nearly $670,000 prize.  He also won the Venetian DeepStack Extravaganza III back in June, cashing $87,192.

Lock Pokerpro Chris Moorman finished second in the event. 

1. Elio Fox – €1,400,000

2. Chris Moorman – €800,000

3. Moritz Kranich – €550,000

4. Brian Roberts – €400,000

5. Dermot Blain – €275,000

6. Shawn Buchanan – €200,000

7. Jake Cody – €150,000

8. Max Silver – €115,000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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