Marvin Rettenmaier Losses To Vladimir Bozinovic
Posted On April 24, 2013
Last Sunday casino Baden was the place to watch out for if you are a poker fan. All poker game enthusiasts were treated to a great poker game full of surprises as they witness worlds two time champions lose a game that would have earned him a place on the poker games history books. The world poker tour Baden continued last Sunday where the last 6 finalists of the 254 player field returned to the famous casino Baden to face each other in the finals.
To most his fans around the globe, the two times world champion Marvin Rettenmaier was considered the favorite to win. But as most will also remind you, a poker game is almost impossible to predict the outcome. It’s the poker game’s nature of producing unexpected surprises that make it much more interesting. Anyone can win as well as they can lose a game and last Sundays spectacular game saw Marvin, the trophy holder bow to Vladimir Bozinvic cutting short his dreams of making history like his counterparts Josh Hansen and Carlos Mortensen of being a three times winner of world poker series.
The unfortunate loss of Marvin came after three levels of play with Vladimir being awarded $271 288 and the ultimate prize, the luxurious trophy for holding his first position. Marvin $59,496 on the fifth position with Paul Berende $172, 655, Oswin Ziegebecker, 587, Kimmo Kurku 81, 034, taking second to fourth positions respectively the sixth position going to Grzegorz Wyral $47,820. For poker game lovers, the world poker series has pulled enough surprise than ever before. With the speculations that the next games might be taken online, it is clear that the game is first grown and that it is here to stay.