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Published: 23rd September 2010 Written by Poker News
Updated: 5th December 2023

World Series of Poker EuropeThe 2010 WSOPE High-Roller Heads-Up Championship continues today with only four players remaining in the event, Gus Hansen vs Andrew Feldman and Jim Collopy vs Ram Vaswani.

The remaining players will be completing for the title and a WSOP bracelet, this may be a first bracelet win for Full Tilt Poker pro Gus Hansen who has made it so far against a playing field of 103 which included some big names such as Daniel Negreanu, Huck Seed, Howard Lederer, Phil Ivey, Chris Ferguson, Phil Ivey, Tom Dwan and Phil Hellmuth.

The 2010 World Series of Poker Europe main event has already began with two days of late registration at the Casino at the Empire in London.

World Series of Poker Europe High-Roller Heads-Up Championship

This is the closest Gus Hansen has come to winning a WSOP bracelet with more than $7 million in tournament career earnings the Full Tilt Poker pro has yet to achieve winning his first bracelet.

The WSOPE event #4 will continue today in order for Gus Hansen to win gold he will have to win in his Head-up match against Andrew Feldman then beat the winner of the Jim Collopy vs Ram Vaswani match in the final event.

World Series of Poker Europe event #4 Results

5 – Daniel Negreanu – £47,045
6 – Kevin Eyster – £47,045
7 – Huck Seed – £47,045
8 – Neil Channing – £47,045
9 – Howard Lederer – £22,847
10 – Martin Kabrhel – £22,847
11 – McLean Karr – £22,847
12 – Saar Wilf – £22,847
13 – Andrew Robl – £22,847
14 – Phil Ivey – £22,847
15 – Marius Skoglund Torbergsen – £22,847
16 – Sondre Svanevik – £22,847

WSOPE High-Roller Heads-Up Championship semi-final

  • Gus Hansen verses Andrew Feldman
  • Jim Collopy verses Ram Vaswani

The final four players are guaranteed £96,000, with a first place prize of £288,409 and the WSOP title and bracelet. The High-Roller Heads-Up Championship broke an attendance record this year with a prize pool of £1,030,000 the first time the event ever reached more a million pounds.

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Gus Hansen beat Andrew Feldman and made it through to the Final event verses Jim Collopy, after 12 hours of heads-up no winner was determined with both players tie in chips by the end of the day. The final will continue on Friday until one of the players is eliminated.

Gus Hansen has won his first WSOP bracelet in the 2010 WSOPE High-Roller Heads-Up Championship.


There are only five World Series of Poker Europe events and so far bracelet winner include Phil Laak won the opening holdem event, Jeffrey Lisandro for Pot Limit Omaha and Scott Shelley won Event #3.

The 2010 WSOPE main event starts on Thursday 23th September with two days registration so players can still register up until Friday. The World Series of Poker Europe main event Championship has a buy-in of £10,350 and takes place at the Casino at the Empire in London. Catch all the pros battling it out for the 2010 WSOPE main event title.