The 2011 World Series of Poker finally came to an end and crowned Pius Heinz the newest World Champion of Poker and the first ever from Germany. The heads up competition between him and Martin Staszko lasted more than 6 hours with the chip lead exchanging nine times before Pius finally overpowered Martin and took the WSOP 2011 Championship with an A-K high.
Pius Heinz takes home $8,715,638 and poker’s most coveted prize; the 2011 World Series of Poker Championship gold and diamond bracelet. Congratulations Pius Heinz.
Remember that you still have time to practice your poker skills for the 2012 WSOP and you can still pick yourself up some Copag playing cards and Scratch-Off tickets for a chance to win your shot at an entry to the 2012 WSOP.