The 2010 World Series Of Poker Main Event had over 7,000 participants when it started. One of the many was John Racener. Here’s how he made it to the 2010 WSOP Main Event final table.
2009 And 2010
John Racener really started his run of great finishes that led to the WSOP 2010 final table back in 2009. That year, he had four in the money tournament finishes and made one final table in a tournament. That was just a warm up for 2010, though.
He had three finishes in the top 60 in three Las Vegas poker tournaments in 2010. Those finishes earned him $40,000 and just paved the way to the Main Event. So, when the Main Event started, John Racener was already feeling good about his accomplishments.
John Racener keeps busy, too. He is one of the most experienced players at the WSOP final table, despite his young age and short number of years playing the game. A lot of that experience comes from playing on some of the world’s best-known poker playing websites.
So, whether you see “POCKET FIVE” on Full Tilt Poker, “5JMONEY5” on Ultimate Bet or “$30K” on PokerStars, be aware that you’ll be playing against John Racener, the man who could win the whole WSOP 2010. Whether it’s online or off, after all, he has a tendency to blow through his competition with ease.