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Ryan Miller Secures Double-Bracelet Win at 2023 WSOP, Joins Elite Ranks!

Posted on 18.07.2023 Posted Under: News

Ryan Miller, a seasoned poker player from Pennsylvania, just added his name to an elite list of double-bracelet winners at the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP). This accolade came as he emerged victorious in one of the WSOP’s last tournaments for the summer season, Event #91: $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. With 331 contenders in the mix, Miller came out on top, pocketing a neat sum of $208,640 at the conclusion of an unexpected fourth day of the tournament.

In his final stride towards the H.O.R.S.E title, Miller overcame Leonard August, who eventually became the runner-up. He also outmaneuvered a final table that boasted five previous bracelet winners, namely Calvin Anderson, Barbara Enright, Andrew Yeh, Kevin Gerhart, and Todd Brunson, with Enright and Brunson also carrying the Poker Hall of Fame status.

This win comes hot on the heels of Miller’s victory less than three weeks ago when he clinched the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship in Event #63. That win padded his bank account with a career-high $334,677. Now, with the double bracelet victories, Miller’s career earnings at the WSOP stand at nearly $675,000.

Joining the ranks of Chad Eveslage, Chris Brewer, and Josh Arieh, Miller becomes the fourth poker player to secure two bracelets at the 2023 WSOP.

Miller launched the fourth day of the Event #91 H.O.R.S.E tournament with the chip lead, and despite August momentarily pulling ahead, a streak of successful hands helped Miller regain control. August ended the tournament in the second spot, taking home a commendable $128,835.