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Throwback Thursday: Shaun Deeb & Controversy in the $50K

Shaun Deeb
  • TBT: Watch what happens after Shaun Deeb's bet creates controversy during the WSOP 2012 PPC

Last Thursday, Shaun Deeb won his third World Series of Poker bracelet. He won the $25K Pot Limit Omaha tournament for $1,402,683, his biggest tournament cash to date. It has been a very successful summer for Deeb, who is now leading the 2018 WSOP Player of the Year race with 10 cashes in this year's WSOP.

For this week's Throwback Thursday, PokerNews takes a look at a controversial PLO hand from 2012 involving Deeb. The hand took place in the $50K Poker Players Championship. Kristy Arnett breaks down the details and interviews the players involved.

Shaun Deeb weighs in on the chaos that ensued after his less than pot sized bet. The hand included Viktor "Isildur1" Blum, Ali Eslami, Abe Mosseri, Charles Pacheco, and Nikolai Yakovenko. How did the hand play out? Was it dealer error or player error? Watch to see how controversy ensues in this HUGE pot during the $50K PPC 2012.

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