Sorel Mizzi Best Tournament Poker Player Of 2010

Canadian poker pro Sorel Mizzi has been honoured as the best tournament poker player of 2010, after winning The BLUFF Magazine Player of the Year.
The industry’s leading award is highly regarded and only counts top credited tournaments when awarding points based on finishing position, buy-ins and number of entrants.
Sorel Mizzi ended up winning the award after being ahead of the competition for several months before finally finishing on a record-breaking 1,777 points, more than 500 points ahead of his nearest challenger.
The 24 year-old started the year as a Betfair Poker sponsored pro and in January finished 3rd in the Aussie Millions Main Event for $659,917. By March he had shifted over to and the very same month went on an unbelievable heater making four final tables with three victories to get his new tenure at the site off to a roaring start.
The rest of Mizzi’s year continued in much the same vein, cashing in all months except July, including a 1st place finish at the €25k EPT Monte Carlo Grand Final for $190,905 and a 2nd place finish at the €20k WPT Rendez-Vous à Paris for $159,543.
The final list of Mizzi’s achievements throughout the year read 26 tournament cashes including 20 final tables, and five victories, for total winnings of $1,895,430.
Mizzi also revealed via his Twitter account some other interesting details of his year as a top poker pro, and posted the following:
“Some facts about my year. Miles travelled: 94,433, Cities visited: 27, amount of $$ spent on massages: $18,800.93 and my back still hurts.”
Congratulations on the team Titan poker on finishing 2010 at the top of the game and we would like to wish him all the best for 2011.
Mizzi has now accumulated a total of $3,507,672 from live tournaments, as well as an impressive $3,099,557 playing tournaments online throughout his lucrative career.

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