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Simeon Naydenov Won a WSOP Bracelet

In the $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout tournament the Bulgarian Simeon Naydenov became the big winner. The tournament was part of the 44th Annual World Series of Poker.

The 25-year old Naydenov was born in Sofia and is the second best poker player in the Bulgarian poker history. He made it at the final table and after showing that he is the best, Simeon Naydenov won the WSOP gold bracelet and as well as $326,440.

This was not the first final table at the WSOP for Simeon Naydenov so far. Only a few weeks ago he finished 10th, but now he became champion.

At the $1,500 No Limit Hold’em Shootout event Jake Schwartz finished second and won $202,035. Andrew Kloc took home $126,250 for becoming third.

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