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Ilyas Muradi 2021

At the end of World Poker Tour, the young American player Ilyas Muradi got the bright emotions. The guy qualified for $3 500 event for just $400 and managed to achieve the biggest victory in his career.

Until today, Muradi's prize money was only $1 000. However after the triumph, the player added $620 000 for the victory at МЕ Lucky Hearts Poker Open that took place as part of WPT.

Ilyas Muradi commented on his result, by saying that something incredible happened. He won a big money and his dreams came true.

After almost a one-year break, World Poker Tour came back offline. Lucky Hearts Poker Open Main Event collected 1 573 entries who paid $3 500 buy-in.

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In the top 3, the Main Event finalists made a deal, according to which Ilyas Muradi earned the most money. Then, the game continued for a champion title and additional $40 000. All these awards were given to Ilyas Muradi from the United States.

In the last hand of tournament, Muradi went all-in with pocket fours, and his opponent called with A-6. The viewers witnessed a classic coin flip that made Ilyas the champion.

Results of Lucky Hearts Poker Open ME Final Table

  • Ilyas Muradi – $620 000
  • Robel Andemichael – $545 000
  • Ronnie Bardah – $566 00
  • Francis Margaglione – $293 000
  • Jesse Lonis – $223 000
  • Philip Shing – $168 000
  • Andy Hwang – $115 000
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