Shaun Deeb became a runner-up of the WSOP 2019 tourney

Shaun Deeb 2019Shaun Deeb is a professional poker player who has four WSOP bracelets on his record. At the jubilee World Series of Poker, the American is making efforts to win his fifth trophy. In the $10 000 Dealer's Choice tournament, the guy almost managed to reach the goal, but the victory slipped away at the last moment.

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Despite Shaun didn’t win the event, he is happy with the score. Here is what the player posted on his Twitter:

The trophy slipped into the hands of the reigning champion Adam Friedman. The guy won this very tournament 372 days ago and a year later became its champion again. He got $312 417 and a gold bracelet for the victory.

«This year definitely means more. Being able to repeat in what I still believe is the most difficult of the $10k's to play», said Friedman to journalists.

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WSOP 2019: $10 000 Dealer's Choice results:

  • Adam Friedman (USA) – $312 417
  • Shaun Deeb (USA) – $193 090
  • Matt Glantz (USA) – $139 126
  • David Moskowitz (USA) – $100 440
  • Michael McKenna (USA) – $72 653
  • Nick Schulman (USA) – $52 656
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