Dan Kelly On a WSOP Cash-Out Roll

The 2013 World Series of Poker is in full swing and many pros and amateurs are doing quite well in the many different events. Players dream of earning a gold WSOP bracelet but most have to settle for cashing out, which is still great! One pro is doing quite well in this year’s WSOP and has managed to cash out a whooping six times during the series. The tournament series still has many events left and Kelly may soon be able to break the current record for the most cash outs earned in one year of WSOP game play.

The current record for most cash outs in a single WSOP is held by Konstantin Puchkov. The pro was able to earn eleven cash outs last year and Kelly would have to win 6 more events to beat the current record. Kelly is on a good pace and if he continues his momentum, he should be able to surpass Puchkov by a large number of cash outs.

Kelly is currently competing in Event #21 of the WSOP which is a shorthanded no-limit hold’em tournament with a buy-in of $3,000. As of today, Kelly is in the top 13 with game play to resume later today. He is already in the money so one more cashout can be added to his total. Kelly is earning a great amount of cash in this year’s WSOP as he is already up over $400,000.

It will be interesting to see if Kelly will be able to maintain his momentum in the WSOP and continue to earn cash outs in the events he competes in. we may see a brand new record created soon and one that could pay off handsomely for the poker pro! We will continue to cover Kelly’s game play and report as he continues his plight.