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    Milos Skrbic na WSOP Main Eventu 2019

    Na najvecem pokeraskom turniru na svetu koji se svake godine odrzava u Las Vegasu, Nevada, ostala su jos dva dana kad ce biti poznato kojih ce se to 9 najboljih na finalnom stolu boriti za prvu nagradu koja iznosi deset milliona dolara i titulu sampiona sveta u pokeru. Od ukupno 8569 prijavljenih igraca (drugi najveci 'fild' u istoriji) ostala su 106 medju njima i Milos Skrbic iz Sremske Mitrovice.


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    Igra se jos jedan dan do finalnog stola. Ostalo je 35 medju njima i Milos.

    BROJ CIPOVA

    1. Nicholas Marchington 39,800,000
    2. Hossein Ensan 34,500,000
    3. Timothy Su 34,350,000
    4. Milos Skrbic 31,450,000
    5. Henry Lu 25,525,000

    itd.

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    update

    ostalo ih 12, jos igraju, jos samo 3 otpadaju


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    Milos u finalu!



    koje je na programu u nedelju od 4 sata iza ponoci (traje 3 dana).

    pobednik dobija i ovu narukvicu


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    Profil devetorice srecnika



    Seat 1 – Hossein Ensan – 177,000,000 Chips - CHIP LEADER

    Hossein Ensan is an Iranian-German poker pro who has enjoyed increasing success on the global poker scene in recent years. Ensan emigrated from his native Iran to Germany in 1990 and began traveling and competing in poker tournaments around 2004, though it wasn't until 2013 that he began booking significant cashes. He still describes himself as a poker amateur, just as he once described himself as a “simple painter,” his former occupation, following his breakthrough performances earlier this decade. Ensan has one daughter and travels frequently to his native Iran.
    Ensan's career-best performance is a victory for €754,510, worth about US $825,000. Also of note is Ensan's win at the 2017-18 WSOP International Circuit stop at Kings Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, where he topped a 672-entry main event field to collect €184,812, about US $220,000.


    Seat 2 – Nick Marchington – 20,100,000 Chips

    Nick Marchington is a 21-year old poker professional who dropped out of college where he was pursuing a Computer Science degree. He has one recorded tournament cash. It’s from the $800 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack event earlier this summer at the WSOP. He finished in 18th place, earning $12,415.

    He is from Hornchurch, Essex in the United Kingdom and currently lives in London. His favorite football team is West Ham United.


    Seat 3 – Dario Sammartino – 33,400,000 Chips

    Dario Sammartino is a 32-year old poker professional with $3,446,357 in career WSOP tournament winnings. He has 38 WSOP cashes, his biggest cash coming from the $111,111 High Roller for One Drop in 2017. He won $1,608,295.

    He has three third place finishes in WSOP events and his best Main Event finish was in 2017, when he finished 43rd.

    He learned poker after his grandfather passed away. His father taught him as a way to help him cope with the loss. He is a former Starcraft player and a regular on the poker high-roller scene.


    Seat 4 – Kevin Maahs – 43,000,000 Chips

    Chicago's Kevin Maahs is a relatively new player on the WSOP scene, but he's making a big imprint on the Series in one of his first poker trips to Las Vegas. The 27-year-old Maahs had logged only one prior WSOP cash before his deep run here, a 169th-place finish for $1,230 in a big-field, multi-flight WSOP Circuit Horseshoe Hammond (Indiana) event in February 2019. Maahs, though, is an increasing poker presence on the Midwest poker scene, having logged a live-career best $20,625 cash last September.


    Seat 5 – Timothy Su – 20,200,000 Chips

    Timothy Su is a 25 year old software engineer from Boston, MA. Before this year’s WSOP, Su had two cashes for $1,540. This is his first Main Event and he was the chip leader of his Day 2 flight as well as at the end of Day 5.

    Originally from Allentown, PA, Su is a fan of Philadelphia sports teams. He is currently working as part of a 15-person startup in Boston called Canopy.

    He plays three instruments, the piano, the violin, and the oboe. He loves Tchaikovsky and enjoys playing classical music. Su said, “there are a lot of parallels between music, poker and software in terms of taking liberties in choosing what you think is correct.”

    He says his proudest moment is completing a 100-mile bike ride.


    Seat 6 – Zhen Cai – 60,600,000 Chips

    Florida's Zhen Cai is a full-time pot-limit Omaha cash-game pro who only occasionally finds time to participate in tournaments, though his 2019 run may change that. Cai, a former casino employee, is usually found in Florida's plentiful cardrooms, though he makes occasional poker trips elsewhere, such as the WSOP. The 35-year-old Cai, a resident of Lake Worth, Florida, has logged occasional WSOP cashes dating all the way back to 2010. Cai is also a WSOP Circuit ring winner, having won Event #5: $565 No-Limit Hold'em, at the 2010-11 WSOP Circuit Regional Championship at Harrah's New Orleans (Louisiana). That effort was worth $33,753, second among all his live cashes. Cai has also received mentoring from his good friend, Tony Miles, who finished second in the WSOP Main Event in 2018.


    Seat 7– Garry Gates – 99,300,000 Chips

    Poker-industry veteran Garry Gates has enjoyed increasing success on the felt in addition to his regular behind-the-tables career. Gates began in poker as a live reporter, quickly advanced to becoming a live-reporting manager, and for the past several years has worked as an events manager and senior consultant for player affairs for an online poker site. The 37-year-old Gates lives in Henderson, Nevada when not traveling the globe. Gates is also a survivor of the horrific 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas in which 58 other concert-goers lost their lives.
    Gates, a native of Titusville, Pennsylvania, has participated in the Main Event for the past decade, having made the money in both 2011 and 2017. The 2011 cash was for a 170th-place effort worth $47,107. Most of his career cashes have come in WSOP or WSOP Circuit events, with his prior career-best payday, $64,530, earned with a fourth-place finish in Circuit event in Atlantic City in 2012.

    Seat 8 – Milos Skrbic – 23,400,000 Chips

    Serbia's Milos Skrbic is a relative newcomer to the WSOP but has left his mark on the global live-poker scene in recent months. The 30-year-old Skrbic, who lives in Sremska Mitrovica in northwestern Serbia, has earned over $1.6 million in live poker tournaments. The vast majority of that total has come in 2018 and 2019. Skrbic broke through in a major way when he placed fifth in the Main Event at the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe, earning €241,718 (USD 275,054). He then earned his first seven-figure score later that year.


    Seat 9 – Alex Livingston – 37,800,000 Chips

    Canada's Alex Livingston is a full-time poker pro who splits his time between his native Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Las Vegas. The 32-year-old Livingston has made a deep run in the Main Event before, having finished 13th in the 2013 Main for a live-career best $451,398. This former chess champion learned poker as many do, via games with friends. He attended Tufts University in Boston, and he later acquired a pizzeria in North Brooklyn, part of New York City. Livingston, also enjoys golf and bowling and is a big fan of NBA basketball. The 32-year-old Livingston has participated at the WSOP since his early 20's and continues to proudly represent his native Canada at the tables.

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    Milos 9.

    odlazi kuci bogatiji za milion $. nije lose.

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    intervju


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    Cuj nije lose odlican rezultat, svaka mu cast.Ima negde finalni sto?
    Alea iacta est- Bogdanovic>Jokic, Bucan=Djordjevic

    3× ABA League champion (2015–2017)
    6× Montenegrin League champion (2007–2012)
    3× Serbian League champion (2015–2017)
    2× German League champion (2018, 2019)
    6× Montenegrin Cup winner (2007–2012)
    3× Serbian Cup winner (2014, 2015, 2017)
    2× ABA League Coach of the Year (2014, 2015)

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    Citirati Originalno postavljeno od LosmiSK Pogledati poruku
    Cuj nije lose odlican rezultat, svaka mu cast.Ima negde finalni sto?
    nisam trazio.

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