10 Players to Watch Out for at 2012 WSOP

Only a handful of players are able to get it right at WSOP (World Series of Poker) every year. These include veterans as well as unheard-of players. Here are some of the players, who are likely to make it big at this year’s annual poker festival. For the latest 2012 WSOP updates, visit Realmoneypokeronlineusa.org.

Fred Goldberg

Although Goldberg maintains a low profile, his stats are nothing short of impressive. His poker career wins amount to 2.5 million. Over the last one and half year, his game has been improving steadily.

Ondrej Vinklarek

Vinklarek is well known for crushing all competition at EPT championship preliminary tournaments acrossEurope. He has been named the EPT player of the year and has been a constant fixture at the final table of the event for the last two years.

Scott Shelley

Shelley is a master of No Limit Hold’em (NLHE) events. He has a knack for making his way to the top across massive fields of $1,500 and $1000 NLHE tournaments. This PKR team member cashed thrice at the last year’s World Series, including the Main Event.

Max Martinez

Martinezis one of the highly successful, yet lesser known players. He started off as a Loose Cannon on the PokerStars Big Game. The recent PokerStars Pro team member is known to keep his challengers off-balance with an awkward smile and baby-face looks.

Dan Kelly

In spite of being respected by his peers, Kelly is yet to make a mark in the world of mainstream poker. Of late the player has been on a winning streak. If this continues, Kelly has the potential to make it all the way to the top at the WSOP.

Taylor Paur

Paur is one of the online poker royalties. Over the last few years the player has been making a transition to the live poker scene. Although big wins have eluded him, he boasts of a considerable number of cashes. He cashed six times at the last year’s World Series.

Tommy Vedes

Vedes has managed some impressive wins in the last few months. With his confidence and bankroll at an all time high, this player is all set for the big win at this year’s WSOP.

Russell Carson

In spite of being a master of poker tournaments, WSOP success has eludedCarson, well known as ‘RDCRSN’. 2012 may be the year when this talented player ends up with multiple cashes as well as a gold bracelet.

Noah Schwartz

Schwartz finally seems to have made a successful transition from online to live poker. His live tournament successes this year include two 6 figure cashes and a 2012 PCA side event win.

Matt Marafioti

This young poker pro has demonstrated immense potential over the past few years. 2012 many be the breakout for Marafioti.

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