Poker Pro Shaun Deeb is one of the most prolific winners on the world stage. This New Yorker has amassed over $6 million in live cash game tournaments and is currently ranked 95th all time in the All Time Money List. Besides playing live poker tournaments, Shaun also plays online multi-table tournaments. He can participate in as many as 20 tournaments at one time. He plays under the nicknames tedsfishfry and shaundeeb on various online poker sites.
In 2013, Deeb was a top contender for the Player of the Year title, which is given to the person who wins the most tournaments over a period of time. In addition to chasing the Player of the Year title, he had also made a name for himself in the poker world by winning a $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller event. This event earned him $1,251,860 – his second-largest cash of his career. However, despite his impressive career achievements, Deeb has also been involved in several controversial situations.
During the first eight months of 2011, Deeb cashed nine times, making four final tables. This included the $5,000 NLH-6 Max event at PCA and the NAPT Bounty Shootout. He also cashed at the Chad Brown Poker Series in Orange Park and six times at the 2011 WSOP. However, his best performance came in the $2,500 10-Game Six-Handed event.
Shaun Deeb is an American poker pro from Troy, New York. He has won five World Championship of Online Poker titles. He began playing poker while he was still in high school and has since earned over $9 million in live tournament earnings. In addition, he has won numerous smaller tournaments and is a regular guest on the television show Poker Night in America.
Shaun Deeb is a four-time WSOP bracelet winner. He is currently in Mexico recuperating from his recent bout with a coronavirus. He was preparing to compete in the World Championship of Online Poker in Mexico when he was sick. However, he is still competing in tournaments and is trying to win the 2020 WCOOP in Mexico. So, there is no way to know if he’ll make it to the WCOOP in Mexico!
Deeb started his career as an online MTT player on the PokerStars site. He went on to win five World Championship of Online Poker events (SCOOP) tournaments in his career. His first WCOOP trophy came in 2008 when he took home $144,113 in the $320 Pot Limit Omaha event. In 2010, he won another WCOOP trophy, this time a $243,610 event. PokerStars even featured him in an article of the best WCOOP players.
Another poker pro has won the lottery more than any other player. He organized a Powerball pool involving over a hundred people. The pool purchased 50,000 tickets for a total of $100,000 and paid the players at least $500. Ashley was able to get a $5,000 bonus from the pool, as well as a 5% administration fee.