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2020 WSOP Global Casino Championship

National/Global Casino Championship History: Warren Sheaves Wins a Medium Bracele

Warren Sheaves

In 2018, the Global Casino Championship attracted 127 players to Harrah’s Cherokee and saw Warren Sheaves take it down for $282,113 and his first bracelet. Sheaves had qualified after finishing in 10th place on that year’s points leaderboard.

After his victory, Sheaves told assembled media: “I feel pretty good, but they only invited 120 people or so to this tournament. So, I just kind of feel like this is a medium bracelet, you know? It doesn’t really fit my ego.”

At the time, WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart said of the event: “Ten years ago, we only had 12 Circuit stops and they were all in the U.S. We’re proud to have grown it to 39 stops in 11 different countries and the Global Casino Championship at Harrah’s Cherokee exists to put the best of the best in the same room to see who comes out on top. We’ll continue to work hard to make the World Series of Poker the biggest and best poker tournaments to play all around the world.”

1Warren SheavesUSA$282,113
2Jeremy MeachamUSA$174,360
3Keven StammenUSA$122,360
4Armin StockerSwitzerland$88,463
5Loni HarwoodUSA$65,067
6Arkadiy TsinisUSA$48,926
7Blake WhittingtonUSA$37,627
8Kurt JewellUSA$29,612
9Stephen BiermanUSA$23,861

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