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Poker Leaderboard: WSOP Cashes

by Erik Fast |  Published: Aug 09, 2023


Rank Player Cashes
1 Daniel Negreanu 230
2 Roland Israelashvili 208
3 Phil Hellmuth 200
4 Yueqi Zhu 170
5 Ben Yu 168
6 Chris Ferguson 161
7 Shaun Deeb 154
8 Arkadiy Tsinis 151
9 Erik Seidel 144
10 Jeff Madsen 144

With the 2023 World Series of Poker now in the home stretch, it seems like an opportune time to take a look at how some of the most consistent performers at the series are doing on the leaderboard for all-time cashes in bracelet events. There has been no shortage of action near the top, with six of the top ten having already cashed ten or more times this year.

Daniel Negreanu remains the player to beat with 230 lifetime in-the-money finishes at the series. The six-time bracelet winner has cashed 13 times so far in our coverage (as of July 10), adding nearly $239,000 in prize money to his totals as he approaches $21 million in career WSOP earnings.

All-time bracelet leader Phil Hellmuth’s record-extending 17th bracelet win this summer marked his 200th WSOP cash. He has made the money 11 times in 2023, accruing more than $1 million in payouts along the way.

Bracelet-winner Yueqi Zhu has cashed 13 times this year, earning nearly $55,000 with those deep runs as he looks to maintain his position inside the top five on this leaderboard. Four-time bracelet winner Ben Yu has racked up 14 cashes this summer, increasing his lifetime earnings by more than $190,000 in the process.

Shaun Deeb is the current leader with 17 cashes made in 2023 bracelet events. The six-time bracelet winner has added more than $450,000 to his lifetime earnings so far, including taking down the $1,500 eight-game mix event for $198,854 and his latest piece of golden hardware.

The final player to cross the ten-cashes mark up to this point is four-time bracelet winner Jeff Madsen. He is hot on Deeb’s heels, having received a payout slip 16 times already this summer with $194,000 in earnings accumulated across those scores. ♠