We were back at the LaQuinta Hotel in Dublin where we hadn’t played for awhile. We started with 40 players both old and new faces with 39 sign-ups and one guest. The final table of 9 players was set when Adrian Aguilar (the only Piranha player to cash at last year’s WSOP) got knocked out on the bubble in 10th place. The tourney ended with an epic heads-up match between newcomer Chapman Snowden and regular Piranha player Larry Foster. Larry started with a nice chip lead, but it would be a roller coaster heads-up match as the lead would go back and forth. Finally, Larry’s pocket Kings would prevail and help him take the number one spot for the second tournament of Season 11.