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Bittersweet

World Series of Poker

by Todd Brunson |  Published: Sep 04, 2009

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Another World Series of Poker has come and gone. While I didn’t win a bracelet, I did cash three times, including a final table. I figure that most pros average 1.5 cashes per WSOP, so in that regard, I had a pretty good Series. I would have made money for the Series if it weren’t for the $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event. I missed the money by three players in that one, and it was a real heartbreaker. (I’m going to dedicate an entire column to that tournament soon, so stay tuned.) So, was I satisfied with my ’09 WSOP? Yes and no. It was very bittersweet for me; sweet from the standpoint that I cashed three times for almost $100,000, but bitter in that in the five other events I played, I came extremely close to doing well. I made it to the end of day two in every event I ...


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