Jake Cody accomplishes Poker's Triple Crown with WSOP victory

Jake Cody.

Just moments ago Jake Cody from England became the third player to claim poker's Triple Crown.

Cody, who already had WPT and EPT titles, won the WSOP Event #2: $25,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em Championship after outlasting WCOOP 2009 Main Event winner Yevgeniy "Jovial Gent" Timoshenko in the heads-up play.

With the win, Cody's winnings from live tournaments are now nearing the $3M mark.

Gus Hansen finished instead in 3rd place, and was not able to win his second WSOP gold bracelet.

Final results (128 players participated):

1     Jake Cody        $851,192
2     Yevgeniy Timoshenko        $525,980
3     Gus Hansen         $283,966
4     Eric Froehlich         $283,966
5     Matt Marafioti         $138,852
6     Anthony Guetti         $138,852
7     Nikolay Evdakov         $138,852
8     David Paredes         $138,852
9     Tom Dwan        $ 67,436

As stated, Cody is now the third player to claim Poker's Triple Crown - Roland De Wolfe and Gavin Griffin have managed to do the same.

Read full recap of the tournament from Pokernews.

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