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Fabrice Soulier Wins $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. At World Series

by Rebecca McAdam |  Published: Sep 01, 2011


It took 11 years of play at the World Series of Poker for Fabrice Soulier to win his first bracelet. The 42-year-old professional took down the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E championship for $609,130 after outlasting a field of 240 over four days of play. Soulier, who is the third French bracelet winner this summer, had to outlast one of the toughest final tables of the Series. All eyes were focused on Tom Dwan also trying to win his first, but Soulier remained the force at the final table, beating out Dwan and the likes of Andrey Zaichenko, Daniel Ospina, Matthew Ashton, Michael Binger, Jacobo Fernandez, and eventual runner-up Shawn Buchanan. “I feel very emotional right now,” the champion said in a press release. “I almost cried when I won. I had to hold back my tears. I feel great. This is the best day of my poker career, by far.” Here is ...

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