Shaun Deeb Wins 5th Bracelet in WSOP Event #53: $25,000 PLO


Шон Диб выиграл 5 браслет
Shaun Deeb defeated Ka Kwan Lau heads up to win Event #53: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller at the 2021 World Series of Poker, earning his fifth career WSOP gold bracelet and a $1,251,860 top prize. Deeb prevailed in this prestigious tournament for a second time, defeating a field of 212 entries that produced a prize pool of $5,008,500.

Deeb adds this title to his win back in 2018 and becomes the newest member of the WSOP five-bracelet club. It marked his second final table of the 2021 WSOP and his 12th overall cash, vaulting him up to fourth in the WSOP Player of the Year standings.

“Now I’m gonna start multi-tabling, I really took it easy,” Deeb said. “For the rest of the year, you’re gonna see me firing pretty hard so it’s gonna be a battle.”

With a fifth title in hand, Deeb was candid about his WSOP goals moving forward.

“I’m gonna pass Phil (Hellmuth) eventually. It’s gonna take me a while but I’m gonna pass Phil. It’s gonna take me a decade or two but I’ll be there.”

Deeb acknowledged that he was not the most experienced Pot-Limit Omaha player at the final table.

“Usually I have my one set plan, but I really kept trying to switch it up on these guys and figure out what way worked best versus them, and just running them over and making the nuts a bunch is the way to go.”

Deeb went on to eliminate every opponent of the final five, thanks to a double-up on the very first hand of the day.

“I have a cold four-bet for my whole stack,” Deeb explained, “it was like a crazy, crazy runoff to get me to like seven and a half, eight million right off the start which puts me in second place and from there I never really lost my momentum.”

Event #53: $25,000 PLO High Roller Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Shaun Deeb United States $1,251,860
2 Ka Kwan Lau Hong Kong $773,708
3 John Beauprez United States $537,295
4 Maxx Coleman United States $381,394
5 Veselin Karakitukov Bulgaria $276,870
6 David Benyamine France $205,655
7 Ben Lamb United States $156,387
8 Charles Sinn United States $121,816

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