$10,000 Six-Max No-Limit Hold'em Championship was won by Martin Kozlov. His first position in the final standings brought him $655,709. In the final round the poker player from Austria managed to beat Davidi Kitai (a 2nd-place finish and $411,441), Justin Bonomo (a 3rd-place finish and $271,856), Chris Ferguson (a 4th-place finish and $183,989), Nick Petrangelo (a 5th-place finish $127,622), and Jack Salter (a 6th-place finish and $90,783).
It is quite surprising that the five-time WSOP title winner Chris Ferguson could take only the fourth place. This famous poker player was eliminated exactly by the winner.
As soon as Fergusson left the final table, Kozlov had to compete for the victory against two poker stars Davidi Kitai and Justin Bonomo. The huge advantage allowed Martin Kozlov to succeed and to win his first title.
Martin Kozlov is very happy to have won. The Austrian poker player is proud of his success and believes that it is a real achievement for him.
It is interesting to note that the newly backed winner does not like to play No-Limit Hold'em. He prefers Pot-Limit Omaha. However, Kozlovís preferences did not get in his road.
Martin Kozlov reported that he had a mood this summer to participate in all available six-handed events.