Sure, the REAL name of this is the Ante Up Poker Tour World Championships, but it easily could be called Justo's World. When you take down the inaugural Worlds, and come back the next year to be runner-up, and at one point just one card away from going back-to-back, you can lay claim to this being YOUR tournament.
Avalos is the 2014 AnteUpWorlds champion, taking down a 282-entry field for a $91,572 cash.
In 2015, Avalos found himself heads-up - and with the chiplead - against Cy Williams for a shot at back-to-back titles. His runner-up finish earned him an additional $55,335.
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