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   Thursday, June 13 2024 
Brad Booth: A shy come back in the poker world

Three years passed without anyone having heard about Brad Booth. Today, 34 years old, he marked his come back in competition with the World Series of Poker 2011 circuit. As a reminder, this Canadian poker player has been seen a few years ago as a player with a bright future in this card game. For his discreet comeback, this player known previously as a "big winner" in-game cash was involved in the $ 10,000 WSOP Main Event at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, this first attempt to ascend the slope failed after the day 2B, but it's only a beginning. Indeed, the 36-month absence on the poker circuit is more than sufficient to Brad Booth to reconnect with success in tournament he wants to play.

These few years of absence of the Canadian from circuit can be summarized with the scandal caused by a bankroll of more than 1.5 million dollars that disappeared in a few time. Thus, the player thought that he pass through a bad luck while continuing to play. But the more he played, the more poker has been fatal for him. Meanwhile, Brad Booth took also part in sport betting by investing about $ 850,000, and this game wasn't also lucrative for him. Worse, the "big winner" in cash game of yesteryear has been indebted of a final sum of $ 2,000,000 at the same time as he has been cheated his bankroll. Fortunately, today there are only 100,000 dollars in debt to pay for this Canadian poker player.

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