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After the bigger part of the World Series of Poker has passed, Canadian tournament pro Mike Leah also known as "goleafsgoeh" is now ranked first among the contenders. Fighting for the title of best player of the year at WSOP 2017 he seems to be not far from reaching success in this challenging task. Leah won nearly $6 million during his career in live tournament poker, so that he is the eighth-rated Canadian player who earned the largest amount of money among compatriots in history. He also owns the bracelet of WSOP, five WSOP Circuit rings, and has $3 million under belt, won in online tournaments. Although during the current WSOP, Leah managed to break through only one final, he got 11 times in ITM this year, earning about $ 90,000. This means that the Canadian professional still needs to work hard to get at least some tangible revenue. However, the fact that he regularly gets into prizes helped him lead the race for the title of best player, thanks to a new method of scoring at the WSOP this year. Among other famous personalities in the top ten ranking are Daniel Negreanu, John Racener and James Obst. So at the finish the fight is expected to be really serious.
As you remember, Mike Leah’s professional career of poker player started when he was already over 30. However, this did not stop him from leaving the work and coming into the world of big poker. Since 2006, Leah's tournament highlights have been simply amazing and surprised even the most sophisticated players and fans. Literally from the first game Mike appeared to be able to show opponents the highest level of skill, highly appreciated by them.
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