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Jejelowo`s Run To The Final Table In World Series Of Poker

Jejelowo made really great run to the final table, but did not succeed so he will not be a part of the finals at the Main Event at World Series of Poker this year, but he got the admiration of his friends and fans.

The final table in October of the $10,000 buy-in No Limit Hold`em World Championship is with a prize of $8,5 million, and he really hoped to be a part of it, but instead he took 66th place and had to settle with $106,056 that he won.

While he was in the game on Sunday, he actually held the chip lead, he played some great hands, but after a play of four hours and a half, he was eliminated form the Main Event.

Jejelowo graduated from Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore. He works in Houston as a medical researcher. Around his work schedule, he picks up tournaments and cash games where he can go and play. Although last year he won the Circuit’s $10,000 buy-in Regional Championship and got a prize of $235,956, he still does not consider himself as a professional poker player.

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