Shaun Frank Deeb Performance is Worth the Viral Hoopla

The emergence of the online poker casinos has witnessed a plunge in the number of players who compete at different events. Various platforms have also emerged that players use as conduits to pursue a substantial earning alongside a prominent title. Players who are endowed with perspicacity to respond to opponents’ moves and play strategically are able to use this as a conduit. One of the players who have used online poker to move up the ladder to clinch coveted titles and rake and a substantial amount for his bankroll is Shaun Frank Deeb. His hype as an online whizz kid professional was glistened by his winning of twin WCOOP titles and an addition 17 WSOP in-the-money accomplishments. His poker career is only at the fledgling stages but he has managed to triumph in various events.

His profound wins at live tournaments include the 2nd place at the 2011 Caribbean Adventure and acquired $75,000 and the EPT (European Poker Tour) € 20,000 NLHE High Roller Main Event, finishing first to go home with $85,183. On the other, he has played at the Full Tilt Poker $1,000 buy-in $1k Monday placing first and walked away with $312,610. During the 2012 WSOP $25,300 Satellite (Big for One Drop) main event, he was second; this added a whopping $1,000,000 to his bankroll. At the World Series of Poker, his first final table came in 2011, in a WSOP $2,500 Ten Game Mix 6-handed where he was fourth out of 431 entrants, garnering $67,146.  He has won the WCOOP championships twice, viz. the 2008 World Series of Online Poker-25 $320/R Pot Limit Omaha earning $144,113 and the 2010 WCOOP-28 $1,050 No Limit hold’em which saw him rake in $243,610. This depicts him as among the top-notch players globally online.

Lastly, Deeb has won himself the Spring Championship of Online Poker championships five times. His most profound winning was in the SCOOP 38th Event $2,100 H.O.R.S.E that earned him $46,325. With his numerous competitions that he has played, his record is astounding; his fans can only expect more winnings from the go-getter.