The World Series of Poker is now entering the halfway mark, and the top players in the world ended the first half of the series on a high note this past weekend. Mark Radoja was able to defeat some of the most notable names in the business on his way to a Heads Up No-Limit Holdem championship.
The Heads Up event was the first of this years WSOP that brought together all the top names in poker. As has been the case in the past, the Heads Up tourney provided plenty of fireworks, and players exchanging the usual table talk jabs. Radoja, however, went unfazed through the tournament and escaped with the gold bracelet and $336,190.
When Phil Hellmuth is in the running for a title, every fan in attendance knows they will get their moneys worth.