Royal Flush Dominik Nitsche holt Bracelet (Vorschau) Dominik Nitsche gewinnt das WPT Big Game und wird WPTWOC-Event-Sieger. The cover is visually. Dominik Nitsche - Der Poker-Star aus Deutschland im Überblick. Titel, Erfolge, größte Gewinne und Privates zum deutschen Pokerspieler. Dominik „Dom“ Nitsche  ist ein professioneller deutscher Pokerspieler.
Dominik NitscheDominik „Dom“ Nitsche (* Oktober in Minden) ist ein professioneller deutscher Pokerspieler. Nitsche hat sich mit Poker bei Live-Turnieren über 18,5. Kein Bracelet gab es gestern bei der World Series of Poker (WSOP) Online auf GGPoker, aber jede Menge Turniere. Dominik Nitsche konnte. Dominik „Dom“ Nitsche  ist ein professioneller deutscher Pokerspieler.
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It felt like I was the only one with a virtual rail. Nitsche's rise to glory in the Millions Superstorm Main Event at poker is something we can all learn from.
You might think someone with Nitsche's resume headed into the second and final table of this event with a huge stack and parlayed this into a victory and a huge payday.
This was not the case as Nitsche began the day with less than seven big blinds. This was something that Nitsche was less than pleased about and even felt hopeless about his situation.
I then fired four more bullets and all I got was seven big blinds. I pretty much had no hope for this tourney at all. Luckily I didn't.
Things turned around quickly for Nitsche as Day 2 began with a bang for the poker Ambassador. He doubled up once when he got his chips in with a set of sevens and faded his opponent's open-ended straight draw.
The money bubble then passed and Nitsche continued to build his stack. He was in the top five players in the chip counts for most of the way from players down but found himself in eighth place heading into the nine player final table.
Nitsche doubled at the final table almost as soon as it began and found himself in the middle of the pack and what was a short-stacked final table.
He eventually eliminated "kistkutya23" in fifth place to leave him just a handful of chips behind second place when players began to discuss a deal.
A deal was agreed to by the players that would guarantee Nitsche slightly more than ICM but that wasn't possible within the software.
The table agreed to let Nitsche win one more hand and a deal was done. This guaranteed a six-figure score for myself. One might think that Nitsche shouldn't be the type of player to make deals.
Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu lurk just behind him at the top of the counts. The German pro wins his fourth career bracelet and 3,, Euro.
Hegele pictured bagged up the chip lead with Josh Horton right on his heels to conclude Day 5 of the Main Event.
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Play resumes Friday at 1pm ET. Harwood out in front of Daniel Negreanu, Alex Masek, others. Action resumes Thursday at noon ET.