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no limit Texas hold 'em WSOP main event.[2] The following year, as defending champion, Raymer finished 25th (out of 5,619 entrants) in the 2005 WSOP Main Event, earning him $304,680. Arguably, this two-year accomplishment ranks as one of most impressive performances in the main event in recent history, along with Dan Harrington. Both players posted

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deep-runs in consecutive years (Harrington finished 3rd and 4th in 2003/2004), and both looked to repeat as world champion within a ten-year span (Harrington won the Main Event in 1995).[3] In 2005 Raymer also entered the inaugural British Online Hold'em Poker Open which was filmed in London and was the UK's biggest live online hold'em poker event in history. As a firm favourite Raymer made the final table to come third in a live final and collect around 20,000. On September 17, 2007, Raymer won his first World Championship of Online Online Hold'em Poker (WCOOP) bracelet by winning Event #6 of the 2007 WCOOP, a $320 Pot Limit Omaha with Rebuys event. The victory netted Raymer $168,362.[4] At the 2009 WSOP $40k No Limit hold 'em event, Raymer placed third out of 201 entrants and won $774,927.[5]

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