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Shaun Deeb and Barry Hutter won their first gold bracelet - WSOP 2015

Since its kick-off on May 27, the 2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP) has rewarded thousands of lucky individuals. Shaun Deeb and Barry Hunter are part of them. Besides, both men won big. These two professional poker players respectively captured their first WSOP gold bracelet. As a savvy cash game player, Deeb has already had a wins-packed poker resumé. And he comes up with another feat this year by winning his first WSOP title in the $ 10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em Championship. Amazing, he successfully crushed a massive, yet notables-filled 128-player field, including three-time WSOP bracelet winner “Paul Volpe”, Sam Stein, Jason Koon and Greg Merson. As he beat Volpe in the ultimate clash, Deeb wrapped up the poker tournament to cash the whopping top prize of $ 318,857, along with a championship (gold) bracelet.



Meanwhile, Barry Hutter has made a stunning performance by topping 999 entrants in the $ 1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout. This 29-years old Florida native actually hit his 3rd WSOP event cashes. Prior to this win were his 14th place finish in the $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em event, and a 13th place finish in the $ 10, 000 Heads'up Event. Bowing to the Florida’s young poker pro were notable Daniel Strelizt, Kitty Kuo, Elizabeth Montizanti, and his heads-up rival “Ben Zamani”. By cashing $ 2,833,546 of prize, Barry Hutter’s career earnings are now valued at $ 1.7 million.

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