Freddy Deeb was one of the unfortunate poker stars to suffer an untimely end in the WPT Bay 101 Day 1A. Shooting Star Freddy Deeb suffered an untimely end to Day 1A. He tripled up after being all-in from the big blind with A-K and up against pocket nines and K-10 suited. The board fell 8-6-2-A-J and Deeb dodged a flush draw on the river to stay in the hunt. Soon after, however, Deeb called all-in on a board showing A-Q-4-J-7 only to watch Alex Yi table K-10 for the nuts. Deeb mucked and signed over his Shooting Star shirt.



Freddy Deeb did not manage to win in the latest World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic Day 3. Plenty of notable players returned to play for the $1,654,120 first-place prize including Andrew Lichtenberger, Shane Schleger, Andy Frankenberger and Erik Seidel, but all four hit the rail in the first level of the day. Kara Scott, Mike Matusow and Freddy Deeb fell in the second.



Freddy Deeb beat Sorel Mizzi in the High Roller Event at a poker tournament. The WPT returned to one of its old haunts, the Aviation Club in Paris, France to resurrect the Grand Prix de Paris event. Theo Jorgensen of Sweden took Main Event honors, while Freddy Deeb bested Sorel Mizzi in the High Roller Event. Even though Mizzi had to settle for second, the points he earned from the tournament gave him a more than solid POY lead headed into the WSOP.



Freddie Deep failed to survive on the Day 1c of the WSOPE event 3. Day 1C brought out a number of notable pros, including Stephen “stevie444” Chidwick, Dan Shak, Freddy Deeb, Justin Smith, Allen Cunningham, Tommy Vedes, Phil Laak, Fabrice Soulier, Mike Matusow, and Willie Tann, who was unable to make it three final tables in a row and busted midway through the day.

Of that list of notables, only Chidwick and Vedes survived to make Day 2, while all the rest hit the rail. Other notables that survived the day include Allen Kessler and Maria Demetriou.



Tony G, Freddy Deeb survived on Day 1B of WPT London, though it looked like he would have preferred to have stayed at home. No matter whether you prefer poker or roulette, you will find it far more convenient playing online at a virtual casino from the comfort of your home.

At the end of Day 1B, Tony G and Freddy Deeb are the two names that stand out from the list of players who survived the day. They join Erik Seidel and Phil Ivey who have both progressed from Day 1A.



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Deeb outlasted a small, but game, field of 24 players to win the WPT High-Roller event that earned the high-stakes poker pro €290,000. Only 4 players were paid due to the small field, with the lions share –61% of the total prize pool—going to the champion Deeb.

Deeb has quietly amassed over $7 million in career tournament earnings in his career, despite playing in far fewer tournaments than full time tournament pros. Deeb is also a regular in the high-stakes cash games around Las Vegas, making him a double threat in the poker world.