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WSOP: The most successful players so far are..

Tags: Jeffrey Lisandro, Vitaly Lunkin, wsop, wsop 2009.
Posted on 24 June 2009 by "T".

WSOP 2009 started on the 26th of May and has now been going on for 30 days. Lots of tournaments and cash games have been played day as night during this time and hundreds/millions of dollars has been won by pros and non pros. But who's has been the most successful poker player so far in WSOP 2009? And who has won the most money?

The most successful player so far in WSOP 2009, without any doubt, has to be Jeffrey Lisandro. Lisandro has cashed in not less than 5 tournaments so far and is about to cash in another one right now. His total winnings so far goes up to $619,131 and he has also received 2 bracelets for the win in 2 tournaments (Seven Card Stud - Event 16 & World Championship Seven Card Stud H/L-8 - Event 37).

Who has won the most money in WSOP 2009?
Even though Jeffrey Lisandro has cashed in the most tournaments so far, he's not the one that has won the most in WSOP 2009. Vitaly Lunkin has been playing fantastic poker in WSOP 2009 so far. He has won $2,327,493 from 3 tournaments and the nearest player to have won as much as him is Isaac Haxton with his $1,171,871 won from 2 tournaments.


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13 comments for "WSOP: The most successful players so far are.."

 Fakiry24/06/2009 20:27:35 GMT
And the Poker Prince wanted to win $4million this year on WSOP... I don't know how he is doing, but Vitaly Lunkin is doing very well, thats for sure! Congratulations to Jeffrey, he deserves to get a good publicity contract after this event!
 shokaku24/06/2009 20:54:40 GMT
Posted by Fakiry:
And the Poker Prince wanted to win $4million this year on WSOP... I don't know how he is doing


Main event or the $50.000 HORSE event.
 Jodoli24/06/2009 23:30:05 GMT
Congratulations to this players. World Series of Poker is the most important competition of poker in the world, if someone wants to be famous has to be in the final table of the main event! Without a doubt the top winner will be the winner of the Main event!!
 shokaku25/06/2009 07:51:26 GMT
And Lisandro won his third bracelet this year. Event 44, Razz. This is just unreal. Stud, Stud 8b, Razz. This guy knows how to play that games.
 d0ink25/06/2009 09:38:34 GMT
Congratulations to all players, maybe someday i will be one of them, cashing out in the main event.
 Crackazz25/06/2009 11:00:18 GMT
Congratz players. the tournaments that you won is more a game for experiencd players than WSOP main event whitch is more about beeng lucky. Smile
 twinsun25/06/2009 11:49:22 GMT
Also from me congratulation to all players. Wow, the WSOP is growing and growing...How many events are there? Some time I will also take part in it... Smile
 shokaku25/06/2009 11:52:50 GMT
Posted by twinsun:
Also from me congratulation to all players. Wow, the WSOP is growing and growing...How many events are there? Some time I will also take part in it... Smile

57 this year.
 pituchy25/06/2009 12:05:34 GMT
Lisandro is the best!!!, congratulationss!!!
 Exiles25/06/2009 20:45:26 GMT
Guess we must all dream of one day reaching a big final.
 nufusdufus25/06/2009 21:07:11 GMT
My Bankroll has to get a little biigger for that tournament
 spanishman26/06/2009 22:45:14 GMT
what about phil ivey or gus hanson or moneymaker ,, don't they take part in this great landbased tourneys???
and to vitaly lunkin ,, he is of course a good player but with less luck he would had half of the money won jet =)
but congratulations =)
 erik197029/06/2009 13:43:00 GMT
remeber my name,lol

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