Last week witnessed major tournaments around the world and poker players have been fascinated by entering different tournament and winning big. Just a week after taking down the $1,050 No-Limit 5-Card Draw event at the World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP), Shaun Deeb once again won the $530 Pot-Limit Omaha tournament for $52,371.
Deeb is an American professional poker player picking fast the titles and slowly becoming a name most won’t forget. He claimed WCOOP title number 8 in the $530 PLO topping a massive field of 599 poker players. He further solidified his ground as one of the most prolific and best-mixed game players in the world.
He was also recorded as a double champion at this year’s WCOOP on PokerStars, and this time he claimed the title boosting his career records just one title away from ‘aDrENaline710’ on the All-time WCOOP titles list.
The 33-year old pro also won five Spring Championship of Online Poker events on PokerStars. Additionally, four World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelets with the biggest win being the $25,000 PLO 8-Handed High Roller event in 2018 where he walked out with more than a million dollars.
The US-born player sits at 12th on the All-Time money list of New York with total live earnings of $7.5+ million, including the recent $778,300 win in the $25,000 High Roller event at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open pushing him over the $7-million mark. The limit to his success knows no boundaries right now.
Deeb’s major online titles
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