Synonyms for saout or Related words with saout
Examples of "saout"
Wokmeni - Randa Maroufi - Saâdane Afif - Sandra Niessen -
Radio (Younes Baba-Ali & Anna Raimondo)
As of 2016, Anoine Saout's live tournament winnings exceed $5,000,000. This ranks
fifth on France's all time money list.
In April 2007, Antoine
began playing poker online under the pseudonym "tonio292" while studying at the National School of Information Technology. He turned full-time professional a year and a half later. In late 2008,
switched his focus to live poker qualifying for several tournaments including the World Series of Poker through Everest Poker.
, who finished third on 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event qualified to the event by Everest Poker satellite.
In July 2009, his eighth live tournament,
reached the final table in the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event. Three months later, he finished 7th for £114,228 in the WSOPE Main Event after losing a coin flip against Daniel Negreanu and then finished 3rd in the 2009 WSOP Main Event, winning an additional $3,479,485 in the process. With three players remaining he called Joe Cada's short stack all in with against Cada's . The board came giving Cada a set leaving
with a short stack.
was later eliminated after moving all in for his remain stack with again against Cada who held . Cada spiked a king on the river to eliminate
(born 26 June 1984) is a French professional poker player who made the November Nine in the 2009 World Series of Poker finishing 3rd.
In the same year, Akenhead was one of two November Nine members to reach the final table of the World Series of Poker Europe main event, the £10,000 No-Limit Hold 'Em championship, the other member being Antoine
. Akenhead was eliminated in 9th place, earning him £66,533 ($109,687).
In October 2008, he reached the final table of the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event in London, finishing in third place. In doing so, he became the first player in history to reach the final table of both WSOP Main Events in the same year. This feat was matched in 2009 by James Akenhead and Antoine
. Earlier in 2008, he finished in 11th place in a $1,000 no limit Texas hold 'em with rebuys event.
On June 8, the final of the Jean-Prat took place. Colomiers struck early with a try in the fourth minute by Morgan
, but US Bressane's Mathieu Chabaud took 3 points back with a penalty kick 11 minutes later. The score at the end of the first half was 5-3 to Colomiers. Early into the second half, Pascal Vignard scored a try for Colomiers and Frédéric Pujo completed the following conversion that distanced the scoreline even more. With the match seemingly all wrapped up with less than 5 minutes to play, US Bressane caved and allowed 3 tries in that short time span. The final score 36-3 to Colomiers, the champions of Fédérale 1 in 2008.
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