'I was going to quit poker and go to college': German pro, 22, wins cool $8.72m in World Series final

Tense: Pius Heinz, left, and the Czech Republic's Martin Staszko during their final match

Sports News: "Pius Heinz, 22, beat Martin Staszko of the Czech Republic with an ace-king to take victory in the final of the World Series of Poker. It is believed that Heinz, who had a rough six-month run in poker before the series, was thinking about quitting the professional circuit and going back to college." Read More >>



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