Alex Foxen Takes on All-Comers in WSOP Bracelet Betting1 year ago
The 50th anniversary of the WSOP is well and truly underway! We know this because all the big boys of poker have started betting against each other on bracelet wins, with Alex Foxen leading the way!
Foxen has taken the world of live tournaments by storm this past couple of years, winning his first 6-figure payday less than two years ago and following it up with nineteen (19!) more, as well as a pair of $million plus scores – the New Yorker just a small cash short of $12million in total.
He doesn’t, however, have any WSOP bracelets to his name so far and his peers were quick to jump on the chance to wager some serious money on a summer of jewellery chasing….
Last year’s Main Event winner John Cynn clearly rather fancies his chances of outdoing Foxen in the flagship WSOP tournament…
…while Germany’s Rainer Kempe was more than happy to book some action across the board…
Adrian Mateos was also up for some potentially expensive fun and games, the Spanish highstakes crusher having held the world number 1 spot for some 20 weeks, although Foxen has just overtaken Fedor Holz’s 30 week record.
It was David ‘ODB’ Baker, however, who seemed most keen to get the side-bet action going, and although there were a few unwelcome names on his list, Foxen wasn’t one of them…
…and it seems that Baker has his sights set on a glorious WSOP this summer, hopefully part-paid for by Foxen!
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