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Adam Friedman goes back-to-back at WSOP at Dealers Choice

��Adam Friedman did the improbable earlier this week following he won the $10,000 Dealer's Choice tournament at the World Series of Poker for the 2nd consecutive year.

Friedman faced a 122-player area in the hard tournament and outlasted them all to declare his third occupation WSOP bracelet and income $312,417. That surpassed his winnings in the very same event the preceding year, when he topped a 111-player field to earn $293,275.

Friedman's first WSOP win came back in 2012 in the $five,000 7 Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better tournament. For that win, he cleared $269,037.

In this year's Dealer's Selection tournament Friedman faced a challenging 6-man final table that had won a mixed six WSOP bracelets. He also had to personal a ton of poker understanding with 20 variations of poker eligible to be played in the tournament.

This included the essentials like Hold'em and Omaha and the more obscure variations like Razz, 2-seven Lowball and Badugi.

Friedman's ultimate opponent, Shaun Deeb was quite familiar with what it requires to win at the WSOP with four WSOP bracelets to his identify getting into the occasion.

When heads-up perform began Friedman and Deeb have been nearly even in chips with Friedman having a slight benefit with 3.9 million chips to Deeb's 3.3 million. The two traded the chip lead back and forth numerous instances during heads-up perform.

On the final hand of the tournament with No-Limit Hold'em picked, Friedman raised to 60,000 from the button. Deeb raised to 250,000 and Friedman known as. The flop was 8c-7d-4h.

Deeb manufactured a continuation bet of 175,000 and Friedman raised to 530,000. Soon after a contact from Deeb the flip was the 7h. Soon after a check from Deeb, Friedman bet 670,000. Deeb thought it in excess of ahead of generating the contact. After an additional examine by Deeb, Fri

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