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Final-Table Takedown: Jonathan Chehanske Takes Home a World Series of Poker Circuit Championship Ring

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Feb 20, 2013


Jonathan Chehanske is a Las Vegas based professional poker player originally from Howell, New Jersey. He has been playing poker professionally since 2005. Jonathan began his career playing mostly mid/high stakes limit cash games but eventually transitioned to no-limit hold’em cash games and multi-table tournaments. He currently has over $250,000 in tournament cashes. Jonathan first started playing poker in college while getting his BA in Media Arts. After graduating, Jonathan decided to take a shot at poker, moving to the Atlantic City area, and has successfully made a career of poker ever since. Event 2012 WSOP Circuit Main Event – Harrah’s Rincon Players 306 Entry $1,500 First Prize $107,862 Finish 1st Hand No. 1 Key Concepts: Study your opponent’s tendencies: Always go with your reads Craig Tapscott: Set this table up for us. Jonathan Chehanske: At this point everyone else was pretty even in chips and I had the second ...

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