It is considered a standard situation when a poker player plays several tournaments online at once. It is much more difficult to do this in a live event, but some pull that off successfully. Last year, Shaun Deeb took part in two WSOP tournaments simultaneously and showed great results. Thanks to this, Shaun got enough points to become WSOP 2018 player of the year.
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Poker professional Cary Katz decided to repeat Deeb’s success. He played two events at once at the WSOP 2019. The first competition was the Main Event and the second one - the high roller tournament with a $50 000 buy-in. The player managed to take 12th place and win $112 000 in the highroller. As for the Main Event, Cary eliminated taking 312th place and getting $38 000 in prize money.
The PokerGo owner has earned around $20 000 000 throughout his entire career. Katz is on the 24th place in the world strongest players ranking. One of the poker players managed to capture Cary running between the game tables: