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Another Winner At WSOP Is Van Der Fluit

On Wednesday night, at the $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha tournament, Vincent Van Der Fluit became the first player at the end of this event, winning a WSOP gold bracelet and the money prize was $265K. He became first over a field of 970 players.

The years of 2010 and 2011 were really good years for him at the WSOP, because he recorded cashes several times and he was able to finish fifth in the $2,500 Mixed Hold`em event, where he won almost fifteen thousand dollars. And to his fortune, 2012 turned out to be the winning year, because this was the first event where he played and he managed to cash in on gold.

It took him only three and a half hours to go to the final table play. The final duel was almost even in chips, but after thirty minutes, Van Der Fluit was the last person standing at the table.

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