McLaughlin wins big

McLaughlin wins big Marc McLaughlin lands at the last table of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event third in chips with 26.525 million (66 huge blinds) and wanting to convey even further his third profound WSOP Main Event run in the most recent five years.

The 25-year-old fulfilled 30th in the Main Event in 2009 for $253,941, then made it to 86th in 2011 for$76,146. His biggest vocation competition score likewise had a go at the 2011 WSOP when he earned $292,634 for finalizing third with a $1,500 no-restriction Hold’em occasion.

McLaughlin’s way to the last table started unobtrusively in the wake of outcome Day 1 with a normal stack. Be that as it may a surge on Day 3 conveyed him just outside the top 50 with 666 players left. Then by the close of Day 5 he had launched shut the highest point of the inclusion to sit in the second position with just about 7 million. In the wake of slipping again to underneath normal on Day 6, Day 7 then saw McLaughlin move up the chip check page at the end of the day. He went along the way guaranteeing huge chips from Sergio Castelluccio and one-opportunity chip pioneer Chris Lindh.

Hailing from Brossard in Quebec, Canada, McLaughlin wants to take after the way taken by his companion and individual Québécois Jonathan Duhamel, victor of the 2010 WSOP Main Event. McLaughlin was close by at the Penn & Teller Theater then to rail Duhamel, and Duhamel will be giving back where it’s due this time around. McLaughlin’s lady friend, Laurence Grondin, will likewise be in participation to uphold him. She, too, has encountered WSOP triumph with a few gets the money for incorporating a third-spot complete with a $2,000 no-restriction Hold’em occasion in 2009. She, Duhamel, and McLaughlin’s different companions will probably together mold a fun rail for him.