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Mizzi's luck changes

Discussion in 'Casinomeister's Poker Room' started by jetset, Dec 12, 2007.

    Dec 12, 2007
  1. jetset

    jetset Ueber Meister CAG

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    THIS WIN MAY CHEER MIZZI UP

    Hot Internet poker ace truimphs in Tournament Titan

    For the last few weeks Internet poker ace Sorel Mizzi has had a lot of negativity to contend with following his run-in with Full Tilt Poker, along with Chris Vaughan, the ex-managing editor of Bluff Magazine. Both men were caught cheating in an online poker tournament at Full Tilt, and this resulted in their win being disqualified and the confiscation of significant winnings.

    This week was more positive, at least for Canadian-based Mizzi, who won what is claimed as the biggest sit 'n go poker tournament ever staged online - the Tournament Titan staged by Playtech-powered Titan Poker. Mizzi defeated an exclusive field of nineteen other players from across the globe to take home a first prize package valued at $200 000, including cash and a seat at the upcoming 2008 39th World Series of Poker Main Event.

    Titan claims that the tournament, which featured a guaranteed million dollar prize pool, was the richest sit 'n' go tournament yet staged on the Internet. Players qualified by reaching the final table at a tough group of cash tournaments or by winning a Player Points race staged by the popular online poker room.

    It took more than a year for the elite list to be achieved, with Mizzi who uses the online 'handle' "Imper1um" making the cut. Although just 21, Mizzi has made a name for himself in both land and Internet poker competitions, amassing an estimated winnings chest in his short but active career of well over half a million dollars.
     
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