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2006 WSOP Event #14: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em w/ Rebuys

WSOP, 2006-07-11, by TwoGun

The number of guys in their late-20s with a more impressive poker resume than Allen Cunningham could be counted with one hand. In Event #14, Cunningham continued to continued to show the world that he is one of the best 20-something player in the world. At 29, he won his 4th WSOP bracelet, along with $625,830. This was Cunningham's second WSOP bracelet in as many years.

The path was not easy for Cunningham. Not only did he have to navigate through a field of 752, but there were also a lot of recognizable faces at the final table. "Captain" Tom Franklin finished 3rd. WPT Finalist Andy Bloch finished 8th.

As heads-up play began, David Rheem had a 3:1 chip advantage over Cunningham. Rheem had to settle for a $327,000 payday.

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