A whopping 90 bracelets have been awarded already, during the main part of World Series of Poker in Las Vegas this summer. The race to become the best of the best, Player of the Year, is tighter than ever. And the very top pro’s are fighting for the title!
From the 13th of October until the beginning of November we will have another fifteen events. World Series of Poker Europe will be held in King’s Casino in Rozvadov, just across from the German border, in the Czech Republic.
Double bracelet winner ahead of two rivals and an outsider
Robert Campbell leads this exiting race after the Las Vegas summer series. He got most of his points from his two wins during the summer. He startet well with two top 10 finishes before he won Event #33 $1500 2-7 Triple Draw. He then went on to secure another six cashes, for a total of eight. Five of those were top 10, and two wins. Campbell also won Event #67 $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Championship.
Behind Robert Cambell we find the two rivals Shaun Deeb and Daniel Negreanu. These two have been vocal on their differences on more than one occation in the past, and nothing would please either of them more than to beat the other. In anything, basically, they actually have a standig bet on whose marriage will end first, both beeing married recently.
Of the two rivals it’s Shaun Deeb that holds a slight lead before their journey to Europe. Deeb cashed an amazing sixteen times this summer, but won no bracelet. The story for Negreanu is very similar. He also got sixteen cashes, and both of them finished second as their best position.