Tournament Titan Winner Sorel Mizzi Doesn't Know Pot Odds, but Knows Poker

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Canadian poker player Sorel Mizzi, captured first prize at the $1 Million Guaranteed Prize Tournament Titan staged this month by online poker room Titan Poker.

Canadian player Sorel Mizzi, one of the most successful online poker players in the world, says he doesn't have a clue when it comes to math and doesn't even know what pot odds are.

Not knowing what pot odds are didn't stop Mizzi from capturing first place at The Tournament Titan, the $1,000,000 Guaranteed Prize Sit 'n' Go Tournament staged on December 9 by Titan Poker, the largest online poker room on the iPoker Network.

"I'm best at tournaments," Mizzi said, after defeating an exclusive field of nineteen other players from across the globe to take home a first prize package valued at $200,000, including cash and an entry to the upcoming 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event.

At his peak, Mizzi was playing online poker 16-18 hours a day, taking time off only on Thursdays and Fridays. "Lately I've been playing only on Sundays," Mizzi said. "High stakes heads-up sit 'n' go tournaments and high stakes cash games are my fave, but I'm best at tournaments," he added.

"I like the Titan Poker software, and especially the fact that there is live player support," Mizzi said. "If there's ever an issue, it can be resolved quickly by calling in, something they don't have at other poker rooms."

The Tournament Titan, with its Million Dollar guaranteed prize pool, was the richest sit 'n' go tournament ever staged online. In order to qualify, players had to make the final table at a select group of cash tournaments or win a Player Points race staged by the popular online poker room. The Tournament Titan promotion had attracted eager poker players for over a year at Titan Poker until the list of 20 skilled poker players was finalized.

Mizzi, who has achieved great success in high stakes poker action online with his Imper1um nickname, also had three cash finishes in the 2007 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas and has won more than half a million dollars in land-based poker tournaments.

The Tournament Titan is just the latest of a long string of innovative promotions run by Titan Poker. Titan Poker this month staged the European Championship of Online Poker 2007, a highly successful ten-day tournament series that awarded more than $2.5 Million in prizes. Titan Poker regularly awards its players with seats at the world's most well-known poker tournaments, such as the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, various European Poker Tour events and the upcoming Aussie Millions and Irish Open Tournaments.

About Titan Poker
Titan Poker is the leading online poker room in Europe and part of the iPoker Network. Titan Poker's software was developed by Playtech, a public company and leading gaming software developer. Titan Poker guarantees more than $10,000,000 in monthly prizes, has nearly 30,000 online players at peak hours, and awards winning players with entries to the major poker tournaments worldwide. Titan Poker features special jackpot sit 'n' go tournaments with progressive prizes and jackpots as high as $100,000. Titan Poker is exclusively promoted by Euro Partners, the worlds largest e-gaming affiliate program. For more information about Titan Poker please visit the Titan Poker website.


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