Newspaper boy wins WSOP Bracelet

It was some five years ago that Vincent Van Der Fluit was working as a newspaper delivery boy. But some days before, he became the fourth player from Netherland to become a WSOP champion. That day was unforgettable not only for him but for the entire poker world. After winning the match he said that the WSOP is the main stage to enter in the world of poker. This is the place where you get a chance to show your skills; actually this is the place that provides one with an opportunity to enter into the world of hard core poker.

The 24 year old survived total of 970 players and defeated Charles Tonne for winning his first ever bracelet in the Event 11$1,500 Pot Limit Omaha. From the beginning of the match he was very confident with the way he was moving and finally after achieving the goal he was happy and excited too. Van Der took over 265,000 dollars for his remarkable effort at the tournament that featured bracelet winner Tristan Wade who occupied the third position. Popular as remarkable online player, Van Der Fluit is not the one who exactly lit the WSOP on fire from the beginning he started playing some two years ago.

On asking about how the whole thing happened, Van Der said that he has struggled a lot for the past two years. Also he said that he only had one or two deep runs and attended a lot of events. There was nothing like that which make me feel of going at WSOP, playing against the likes of Raymond Rahme and Sam Stein.