Hevad Khan wins big at Foxwoods


The past 12 months have been kind to Team PokerStars Pro Hevad Khan. First, there was that matter of making the final table at the 2007 World Series and winning nearly a million bucks. Just last week, Khan took down the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up for nearly $100,000. Just a few days later, Khan traveled to Connecticut to play at Foxwoods. Turns out, that was a pretty good decisioin.

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This week, Khan beat out a field of 192 players in the $2,000 no-limit hold'em prelim event at the Foxwoods Poker Classic. Khan got heads up with 2006 World Series final table player Michael Binger and emerged with the victory.

Khan's victory earned him $108,187.

Congrats, Hevad.

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