Some of the Best Poker Players Who Haven’t Won a WSOP Bracelet – Agora Poker

Some of the Best Poker Players Who Haven't Won a WSOP Bracelet

Some of the Best Poker Players Who Haven't Won a WSOP Bracelet

Best Players wo Bracelet While winning a World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet is one of the greatest accomplishments a poker player can achieve, many of the greatest and most successful players in the game have yet to put one on their wrists.

Since PokerNews last looked in 2021 at the greatest players who hadn’t won a WSOP bracelet, high stakes crusher Jason Koon got the monkey off of his back by winning Event #11: $25K Heads-up No-Limit Hold’em Championship for his first bracelet, while other top players like Dan Smith and Isaac Haxton have yet to win WSOP gold.

With the 2022 WSOP right around the corner, here’s a look at some of the best players who have yet to add a World Series bracelet to their long lists of accolades.

Note: This list looks at primarily poker tournament players or who are regular names in the tournament circuit. This excludes the likes of Tom Dwan and popular high stakes cash game players like Garrett Adelstein and Andy Stacks . Dan Smith

With $38.2 million in live tournament earnings and a seventh-place spot on the Hendon Mob all-time money list, it is surprising that Dan Smith does not have a WSOP bracelet to his name. It’s additionally surprising since the high stakes pro has had victories on the PokerGO Tour, WPT and EPT, in addition to Super High Roller Bowl Online and Poker Masters Online titles.

Despite not yet having won a bracelet, Smith has an amazing $10.1 million in WSOP earnings, heavily padded by a third-place finish in Event #78: The Big One for One Drop – $1,000,000 No-Limit Hold’em at the 2018 WSOP for $4 million, as well as a runner-up finish in the 2016 $111,111 buy-in High Roller for One Drop for $3.1 million.

Smith had a few deep runs at the 2021 World Series but is still looking for his first bracelet. This summer could be the year he finds it. Dan Smith Top Five WSOP Cashes

July 15, 2018 Event #78: The Big One for One Drop – $1,000,000 No-Limit Hold’em 3rd $4,000,000 July 8, 2016 Event […]

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