World Series of Poker Multiple Bracelet Winners

World Series Of Poker Multiple Bracelet Winners

Below is a list of all poker players who have won multiple World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelets, together with the year(s) in which the bracelets were won.

The year(s) in which the player won the Main Event at the WSOP, World Series of Poker Europe, or World Series of Poker Asia Pacific are in bold. An '' by the year(s) signifies that the player won their bracelet at a WSOP Europe event. An '' by the year(s) signifies that the player won their bracelet at a WSOP Asia-Pacific event.

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... Moss, with a win at the 1971 WSOP, became the first person to have won multiple lifetime WSOP bracelets ... Moss also was the first person to win 5 lifetime WSOP bracelets, with a win at the 1975 WSOP. 2005 WSOP, became the first person to win 10 lifetime WSOP bracelets, just a few days before Doyle Brunson won his 10th bracelet in Event #31 of that same WSOP ...

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    Personality is an unbroken series of successful gestures.
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