Brubaker Earns His First WSOP Gold Bracelet

Brian Brubaker had to deal with the challenge posed by 326 entries to win the 2017 World Series of Poker $1,500 Deuce-To-Seven Triple Draw Lowball.


One of his biggest live tournament win of his career till date. But, now he has rewritten his record books by winning the 2017 WSOP same event and by virtue of this win, he takes home his first ever World Series of Poker gold bracelet. This is not all. He has also become richer by $109,967.

The Californian resident Brian is very happy with his achievement and said that winning the gold bracelet is a dream come true for him. With this win, he was able to secure the largest payday of his poker career so far. After this win, Brian has career earnings of a little less than $900,000. He is a former big bet player. He has been playing in a wide variety of games and trying his luck in all kinds of games.

Brubaker said that he feels that he is a tournament player and is pretty good on the draw. He makes certain adjustments for the tournaments and this is why he was able to win the gold bracelet this year. He does not mind what other people are saying about his transition and his game, but he has been successful with his transitions and this is all he wants.

Brubaker entered the final table in the third chip position and there were a total of 6 players remaining at the final table. He had to fight against Taylor, a bracelet winner of the 2010 $1,500 limit hold’em shootout.  Brubaker got the better of him and other opponents to win the title. The second place was bagged by Brendan Taylor, who took home $67,952 and the third place went to Jason Riesenberg who won $43,597.