Andras Koroknai Claims LAPC Main Event Title
March 5, 2022
The final table of the World Poker Tour LA Poker Classic, concluded last night after 6 hours and less than 100 hands, with Hungarian player Andras Koroknai, taking the title.

Koroknai, Hungary’s first WPT champion, outlasted a total field of 745 players to earn the tournament’s $1,788,040 top prize, surpassing numerous tournament and cash game legends along the way.  With the win, Andras also earned entry to the $25,000 WPT World Championship this April, where he'll now have the chance to battle many of those same pros again.

Second place went to Raymond Dolan, who only lasted one hand against Koroknai once heads-up play began, though to be fair to Raymond, Koroknai did have nearly ten-times more chips at that point in the match.  For his second place finish, Dolan earned over a million dollars as well.

The final table finish positions for the 2010 World Poker Tour LA Poker Classic were as follows:

1st.  Andras Koroknai- $1,788,040

2nd.  Raymond Dolan- $1,002,710

3rd.  Tri Huynh- $665,140

4th.  Gevork Kasabyan- $450,580

5th.  Jean-Claude Moussa- $321,840

6th.  Michael Kamran- $246,740

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StumptownJasonwhen they were playing down to the final table, it was looking like a dream table for the WPT. It will be interesting to watch this one play out on TV.0