WSOP Gold Bracelet Table Of Contents
Johnny Moss, Doyle Brunson, Stu Ungar & Johnny Chan
Gary ‘Bones’ Berland
Dan “Jungleman” Cates made World Series of Poker history in the wee hours of the morning after achieving back-to-back wins in one of poker’s most prestigious events , the $50,000 buy-in Poker Players Championship (PPC) for $1,449,103.
Cates is the first player ever to pull off the feat and his accomplishment will no doubt stand the test of time. It’s hard to win one WSOP event, let alone defending your title the following year. However, it isn’t impossible, as a select few players have been able to do just that, with Cates being the latest inductee into the club.So, PokerNews has looked at some of the elite players who have defended their WSOP bracelets. An honourable mention goes to Bill Boyd who won the $10,000 No-Limit Five Card Stud three years in a row from 1972 to 1974. However, in 1973 he was the only entrant, so for this reason, he didn’t make our official list. Sorry, no real money games are currently available in your region, but you can play these Free Online Games Replay Poker ClubGG Poker Adam Friedman Adam Friedman pulled off an unmatched milestone at the 2021 WSOP by winning the $10,000 Dealers Choice 6-Handed Championship for a third straight year, while simultaneously denying Phil Hellmuth his 17th WSOP bracelet.Friedman beat the ‘Poker Brat’ at heads-up play to be the last player standing from an initial 93 entries. His trio of triumphs netted him $854,042 which is a very nice return from his $30,000 in entry fees.Unfortunately, the three-peater could not make four years in a row this time around, and surprisingly busted on Day 1 of the tournament. Ben Diebold took the crown at this year’s series after he despatched Mike Gorodinsky following a marathon of a heads-up duel.The 2022 WSOP hasn’t been all bad for Friedman though, he picked up his fifth WSOP bracelet and another championship win after taking down Event […]
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