Two-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Freddy Deeb is still alive and thriving in today's event.
Deeb won his first WSOP bracelet back in 1996 when he bested the field in a $5,000 2-7 Draw event. Eleven years later, Deeb claimed his second piece of jewelry in the 2007 $50,000 HORSE event. This massive victory gave Deeb over $2.2 million for first place.
Today, we found Deeb engaged in a hand with two other players. The flop read and the first player checked. The second player tossed out 250 and Deeb flatted from the button. The first player folded, leaving two players heads up to the turn.
Fourth street was the and action checked over to the two-time bracelet winner. He cut out 1,300, his opponent folded and Deeb was pushed the pot. He will carry about 9,500 into the break.