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Final Table Takedown - Shaun Deeb Terrorizes the Final Table With Scary Folds and Freaky Calls

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Apr 01, 2011

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Shaun Deeb, 24, has been known as the hardest-working man in poker, at least when it comes to the volume that he puts in online, day in and day out. He has made a name for himself unlike any other online pro. Hailing from Troy, New York, he began playing poker at the age of 19 by depositing a mere $30 into an online poker room. Within two weeks, his bankroll was up to $33,000. Deeb has numerous tournament victories to his name; two of the most noteworthy are the Full Tilt Online Poker Series IX event No. 9, for $115,014, and the World Championship of Online Poker event No. 25, for $114,113. He is routinely ranked as one of the top online players in the world. On Sept. 14, 2010, he finished first in the WCOOP event No. 28, for a $243,610 win. This past January, he scored a ...


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