Darren Elias has won a notable fourth World Poker Tour Main Event in the wake of beating a stacked last table at the Bobby Baldwin Classic at ARIA, and Art Papazyan wins the Season XVI Player of the Year. It's a word that fits as firmly aDarren Elias wins notable fourth WPT title; Art Papazyan wins WPT POYs heart-assault inciting underpants when I question proficient poker players on vision. 

The bellybuttons, not the bellybutton cushion. The players who remove more from the diversion than they put in. The stars. The jade pearls you find on the shoreline among the scrabble testing the quality of the bottoms of your feet. Among this world class gathering, vision just extends the extent that the hand they are playing. Inheritance is left for symbols of the diversion like Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu. Toon like superheroes who make our diversion look great all things considered. 
Before the $10,000 purchase in, Bobby Baldwin Classic had finished, you knew the adjust of this quintet would be aggravated, some way or another. 162 contended, and when Phil Hellmuth had percolated the last table we had one of the meanest looking finales in late history. Four WPT Champs. A previous Champion of the World. Sam Panzica and Jonathan Little were planning to join the quintet. Darren Elias was planning to take a fourth title, upbeat in the information that it would prompt isolation. Elias is a monster in these things. Not exclusively did he come into the last table with three titles on a mantelpiece some place, however he was making his ninth WPT Main Event last table appearance. 
Elias told the press after his win: 
I figure I do well against the American geniuses and American recreational players who play in these more so than the European players. 
You don't win four WPT titles without fortunes as a moving accomplice, and this occasion was no special case. At the point when three-gave, Elias got it in with A2cc versus the AQdd of Joe McKeehen, just to spike a two to wipe out the previous World Series of Poker Main Event Champ, and set up a heads-up experience with Kitty Kuo. Kuo was wanting to wind up just the second ladies to win a WPT Main Event after Ema Zajmovic won her title in Montreal a year ago. Despite the fact that the chances were stacked to support Elias, Kuo played cleverly and bent over three times in the 103 hands, and three hours, the match batted back and fore. At last, Elias' experience told, and he could vanquish the Natural8 envoy to cut his name into WPT's history. 
Elias told the press: 
The blinds kept going up and she just amazing. She played intense. 
Kitty said thanks to Steffen Sontheimer, Jesse Sylvia, Ankush Mandavia, Mike Del Vecchio, Ryan Fee and Jason Mo for helping her achieve the apex of her profession up to this point. Had McKeehen's AQdd held up against Elias' A2cc, and he had gone ahead to win the occasion, he would have surpassed Art Papazyan to win the Hublot WPT Player of the Year. In any case, it didn't hold up.Darren Elias wins memorable fourth WPT title; Art Papazyan wins WPT POY. McKeehen didn't win. Papazyan joins any semblance of Daniel Negreanu, Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier and JC Tran as a WPT Player of the Year. For his inconveniences, Papazyan gets a super costly Hublot timepiece and complimentary convenience for all Season XVII Main Event visit stops that he wishes to play.
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