war das Jahr des Niklas Heinecker. „ragen 70“ dominierte die Online Highstakes Cash Game Tische und schloss schließlich als der größte Gewinner des. Eike Wilken mit einem neuen Podcast. Dieses Mal bat er Niklas Heinecker aka ragen70 zum Gespräch. Der High Roller war bis nicht aus. Niklas Heinecker's poker tournament results and rankings.
Niklas HeineckerNiklas Heinecker has won 0 bracelets and 0 rings for total earnings of $ See all events where they placed in-the-money. war das Jahr des Niklas Heinecker. „ragen 70“ dominierte die Online Highstakes Cash Game Tische und schloss schließlich als der größte Gewinner des. Sven Niklas Heinecker (* Juni in Hamburg) ist ein ehemaliger professioneller deutscher Pokerspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Persönliches; 2.
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Have a look:. While that wraps up the play from the high-stakes online world for , there is plenty more blood-pumping action to be had in It'll only be a matter of time before the chips start flying once again, so stay tuned to PokerNews all year long to see how poker's virtual juggernauts are doing.
Data, hands and replayer obtained from HighStakesDB. On his last hand, Mizzi shoved his small blind holding and Heinecker called holding.
Not surprisingly, all the chips were in the middle soon and Rossiter was at risk. Get all the latest PokerNews updates on your social media outlets.
User Account Sign in. Niklas Heinecker, left, congratulates Zheng Tang on the latter's fourth-place finish. Anson Tsang: Hong Kong's finest.
The structure of the tournament was deliberately designed to resemble a turbo event. If you're bank-rolled enough to play a tournament of this kind as an amateur, it is because you have a life away from the tables that is far too hectic to be able to hang around a casino very long.
It meant that despite the massive sums of money at stake, the final stages played out in a smash-and-grab style.
Pretty much any pot throughout the three-hour final table would be for the chip lead, and the loser would likely be eliminated. If you want to know the particulars, then scroll through our blow-by-blow coverage.
Each of Mizzi, Rossiter, Kurganov and Heinecker would have the chip lead at some point during the day, and each of Tang, Tsang and Haxton would sense an opportunity to soar into contention despite their short stacks.
Only Pratyush Buddiga never really got to sample much of the final table fun. The first significant pot sent him to the rail in eighth. Sorel Mizzi swept up in the action, before busting in third.
The past few months or so have made him the eighth biggest winner in online poker history. He is having an incredible year in the live setting as well.
It is possible that the year-old German is having the best year out of any poker player. Image via HighstakesDB. Post a Comment Messages that harass, abuse or threaten other members; have obscene or otherwise objectionable content; have spam, commercial or advertising content or links may be removed and may result in the loss of your Card Player Account.
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