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  1. Andrew Moreno, Clayton Maguire, and Toby Lewis chopped up just over $4.1 million Saturday night after the three poker pros outlasted 1,325 other entries in the first-ever Wynn Millions in Las Vegas. Moreno then bested both players for his third career win and second in the last month. The Wynn Millions was the cornerstone of the Wynn Summer Classic schedule and came with a $10,000 buy-in and a $10 million guarantee. To make the guarantee, the event needed to draw 1,064 total runners. It wound up drawing 1,328 total entries to build a $12,483,200 prize pool. Following the elimination of S
  2. The argument could be made that Joe McKeehen is the most successful World Series of Poker Main Event champion of the modern era. The 2015 WSOP Main Event champion added a second bracelet in 2017 and has nearly $9 million in live earnings outside of his Main Event victory. Early Wednesday morning, McKeehen added to that resume when he took down Event #14 ($3,200 High Roller) of the 2020 WSOP Online. The event, the biggest buy-in on the 2020 WSOP Online events on WSOP.com, drew 328 unique players who accounted for an additional 128 total reentries to build a prize pool of $1,507,840. McKee
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