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World Series of Poker Stats - Who’s Been the Best Since the Boom?

A look at bracelets, cashes, and prize-money leaders since Moneymaker’s win

by Stephen A. Murphy |  Published: Jul 09, 2010

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Editor’s note: Stats reflect totals before the 2010 World Series of Poker. If you don’t know it, Phil Hellmuth will gladly tell you. With 11 World Series of Poker bracelets, he is the all-time leader. No one has won more events in what is universally recognized as the most distinguished tournament series in the game. Total number of bracelets won — it’s the one stat that seems to resonate in poker. With so many tournaments running every day all over the world, both live and online, WSOP stats are viewed as an imperfect but fair way of determining the relative success of poker players. Winning a bracelet can now serve as the highlight of a pro’s career, and a second bracelet often solidifies his stature in the eyes of the poker community. Twenty-five players have won three WSOP bracelets, and 29 players have won four bracelets or more. The top ...


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