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Capture The Flag -- Andrew Brokos

Cash Game Pro Talks About Historic Streak In WSOP Main Event

by Brian Pempus |  Published: Sep 07, 2011

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Andrew “Foucault” Brokos is well known being one of the best $5-$10 to $25-$50 no-limit hold’em cash games grinders around, but is quickly making a huge splash in the tournament arena. The University of Chicago graduate finished in 53rd place in this summer’s World Series of Poker main event for $160,000. What is remarkable about the deep run is that it was his fifth cash in the event over the past six years. Brokos has been dangerously close to a final table before, finishing 35th in 2008 and 87th in 2010. Along with a victory in a 2010 Full Tilt Online Poker Series event for $450,000 and a third place in a 2010 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker event for $117,000, the Maryland native has accumulated more than $1.2 million in career tournament earnings to go along with his massive profits in the cash games. Card Player caught up ...


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