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New Jersey Pro Wins His First World Series Of Poker Bracelet

19.06.2012 | Antoan Tok

Brian Meinders took part in the Limit Hold`em Shootout event and steadily moved towards progress. The event continued for three days and he was overcoming difficult rounds, but finally he made his route towards his winning bracelet in the World Series of Poker.

The tournament was held on the Pavilion main stage at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas. The New Jersey poker player really enjoyed his greatest victory so far.

He was able to cash a victory at the WSOP, three years ago, where the payout was $55,000. In 2010 he finished second at another event with money prize of $145,000. This year was his best and he won $116K.

In his private life, beside the world of poker, he really loves languages. After a few years of study at the Rutgers University, he acquired excellent proficiency in Latin and now he teaches this subject at a private school.

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