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When I Was A Donk: With Brandon Shack-Harris

by Julio Rodriguez |  Published: Apr 11, 2018

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In this series, Card Player asks top pros to rewind back to their humble beginnings and provide insights regarding the mistakes, leaks, and deficiencies that they had to overcome in order to improve their games. Brandon Shack-Harris exploded onto the live tournament scene back at the 2014 World Series of Poker when he racked up six cashes, four final tables and a bracelet win en route to finishing second in the WSOP Player of the Year race to George Danzer. The Chicago-native won the $1,000 pot-limit Omaha event for $205,634, finished second in the $10,000 razz for $182,155, and then third in the $1,500 limit hold’em event for another $78,335. He topped it all off with a runner-up showing in the $50,000 Poker Players Championship event for $937,975. After another final table in 2015, Shack-Harris made three more in 2016, including a runner-up showing in the $1,500 stud eight-or-better event ...


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