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.

Read more about World Series Of Poker Multiple Bracelet Winners:  List of All Time, List By Decade, Other Records

Other articles related to "world series of poker multiple bracelet winners, multiple, bracelets, bracelet":

World Series Of Poker Multiple Bracelet Winners - Other Records
... Johnny 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 ... a win in Event #25 at the 2005 WSOP, became the first person to win 10 lifetime WSOP bracelets, just a few days before Doyle Brunson won his 10th bracelet in ...

Famous quotes containing the words bracelet, multiple, winners, series, world and/or poker:

    A bracelet of bright hair about the bone,
    Will he not let us alone,
    And think that there a loving couple lies
    Who thought that this device might be some way
    To make their souls, at the last busy day,
    Meet at this grave, and make a little stay?
    John Donne (1572–1631)

    Creativity seems to emerge from multiple experiences, coupled with a well-supported development of personal resources, including a sense of freedom to venture beyond the known.
    Loris Malaguzzi (20th century)

    The two real political parties in America are the Winners and the Losers. The people don’t acknowledge this. They claim membership in two imaginary parties, the Republicans and the Democrats, instead.
    Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (b. 1922)

    As Cuvier could correctly describe a whole animal by the contemplation of a single bone, so the observer who has thoroughly understood one link in a series of incidents should be able to accurately state all the other ones, both before and after.
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930)

    Whoever is not in the possession of leisure can hardly be said to possess independence. They talk of the dignity of work. Bosh. True work is the necessity of poor humanity’s earthly condition. The dignity is in leisure. Besides, 99 hundredths of all the work done in the world is either foolish and unnecessary, or harmful and wicked.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    The poker player learns that sometimes both science and common sense are wrong; that the bumblebee can fly; that, perhaps, one should never trust an expert; that there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of by those with an academic bent.
    David Mamet (b. 1947)