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  1. [caption width="640"] It's hard to look back at the 2016 WSOP as anything but the Summer of Jason Mercier[/caption] The 2016 World Series of Poker is a wrap. Okay, yes there’s still the matter of playing down the final table of the Main Event beginning in October, but 68 of the 69 bracelets have been awarded, the Amazon Room is devoid of any poker tables and poker players have scattered around the world to rebuild their bankrolls just in time to do it all over again next summer. But this past WSOP was packed with storylines and themes including heroes, villains and of course, money – lo
  2. [caption width="640"] Ben Keeline captured ,000,000 for winning Colossus II Tuesday night.[/caption] It took six days to do it but the 2016 World Series of Poker crowned a Colossus II winner Tuesday night and the story is almost too good to be true. Ben Keeline, who was down to just 500 chips on his second and final bullet at one point on Day 1, came all the way back to overcome the second largest live tournament in poker history to win a cool $1,000,000. Keeline's win was one of two bracelets handed out on Tuesday while one of the most highly anticipated tournaments of each year, the
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