The 411 On The 41st (WSOP): Matt Keikoan Claims More Jewelry
June 18, 2021
Another day at the 2010 World Series of Poker, saw yet another player earn his second bracelet.  Today that player was poker professional Matt Keikoan, who not only scored a second WSOP bracelet, but also another $425,969 to add to a bankroll already benefitted from a poker career with over $1.5 million in previous live tournament cashes.

Keikoan earned his second bracelet in Event #29, the $10,000 buy-in Limit Hold ‘em Championship, and although the top prize did not quite match his previous $550,529 take in 2008’s, $2,000 No-Limit Hold ‘em event, the prestige in taking down this tournament considering the high quality of players attached to it, has to at least equal that victory if not surpass it.

Some of the other top talents that cashed in Event #29 included Patrick Walsh (15th- $27,068), David Baker (11th- $32,614) and a stacked final table that held not only Brock Parker (5th- $105,782), David Chiu (9th- $39,959) and Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi (8th- $49,732), but also Daniel Idema, who Keikoan eventually beat heads-up to close out the event and leave Idema with a runner-up cash worth $263,243.

For more information on this event or on the WSOP Player of the Year race, now once again lead by Mizrachi thanks to this tournament, visit
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