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  • Real Name Dan

  • Age 29

  • Gender Male

  • Total Posts 122

  • Member Since Jan 14th, 2006

  • Last Login Nov 6th, 2013 at 06:10 PM

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  • Favorite Cash Games Stud 8b, $7.50/$15 and over
  • Favorite Tournament Game NL/PL HE MTTs, $100 and over

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      Won $20,499 at No Limit Hold'em Main Event Championship (Event #68), 47th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2016

      Jul 9th, 2016

    P5s Scouting Report

    Dan "djk123" Kelly stormed into the Top 10 in 2008 thanks to his wins in the PokerStars Nightly Hundred Grand and $100 rebuy tournaments. After a 3rd place finish in the Full Tilt $750k Guarantee in March '08 for $55,600, he went on to take down another Stars $100 rebuy. In November '08, he won the FTOPS X Event #14 ($200+16 NLHE Turbo) for $104,870. Three months later he would place 3rd in the FTOPS XI $6-handed $300 rebuy Event #17 for another $116,700.

    In June '09, he placed 2nd in the PokerStars "Sunday 500" tournament outright for $68,900 and then took down the WCOOP Event #2 ($215 Razz) for $53,400 in September '09. Two weeks later, he won the WCOOP Event #44 ($10,300 HORSE) for $252,350 and then recorded his largest career online tournament cash upon placing 4th in the WCOOP Main Event ($5,200 NLHE Two-Day) for $643,200.

    Kelly has a runner-up performance in the PokerStars Sunday Warm-Up for $109,300 (March '10). In December 2011, he returned to his winning ways by final tabling the PokerStars 10th Anniversary High Roller event for $56,000.

    Won a record-setting fourth WCOOP bracelet in September 2012 in a $215 NLHE Rebuy for $138,000. Earlier in the year, he won a SCOOP title in a $109 NLHE Big Antes Rebuy and earned $80,000. He defeated a field of 1,660 in the latter tournament.

    In August 2013, Kelly final tabled the PokerStars Sunday $100 Rebuy and collected $25,000. The tournament drew over 1,000 people.

    Kelly won the first ever $25,000 NLHE Six-Max event held at the World Series of Poker in 2010 to bank an amazing $1.3 million. Four years later, he won a second bracelet in a $1,500 Limit Hold'em event for $195,000 in a final table that also had Jeff Lisandro and David Chiu.