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Quick WSOP Update

by The Poker Academy |  Published: Jul 01, '15

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It’s been I while since I have had some time to sit down and write. I just wanted to give a quick update on how the WSOP had gone.
I have played 27 events so far.
I have cashed in 6 of these. 3 were big field NL events and 3 were 10k championship events. 4 cashes was my previous best. So I am happy with that. I haven’t been able to run deep enough to have a big payday yet. In fact, if I don’t cash again, I will only be a small winner in tournaments for the summer.
I have 3 tournaments left to go, the 10k HORSE, 10k Dealer’s Choice and the Main Event.
The Horse is today (Weds the 1st). The DC is Friday and I plan to play the main on Monday the 6th. In between, if I am out of those events, I will attend the Chad Brown memorial tourney on the 2nd, and relax the 4th and 5th of July with the family. But I am really rooting to be “stuck ” at the Rio winning one of these tournies….

-Rep Porter

Rick Fuller and Rep Porter are content creators and instructors at ThePokerAcademy.com.

Fuller has been a professional poker player for more than a decade. He has made four final tables at the WSOP, two in no-limit Hold’em, one in razz, and one in Omaha eight-or-better. Rick is a gifted communicator and teacher, actively involved in poker education for the past decade, teaching poker to thousands of students around the world. A former Police Officer, Rick is an adventure junkie, a private pilot, a skydiver with hundreds of jumps, and a certified SCUBA diver. He currently resides in Washington State.

Porter is a two-time WSOP bracelet winner with over $2.4 million in tournament winnings. He won his first bracelet in 2008 in six-handed no-limit hold’em and his second bracelet in 2011 in razz. He also finished 12th in the 2013 Main Event, taking home $573,204. Rep is a graduate of the University of Washington and worked as an equity options trader. Rep has played poker professionally for 17 years.

 
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