Half-Man, Half-Amazing Freddy Deeb Takes Chip Lead at WPT Foxwoods World Poker Finals

As the WPT daily recap put it, it was a "dog fight," for Freddy Deeb today at the World Poker Finals. This is good news for Deeb, as a dog fight beats actual fighting, which for a man of Deeb’s size, would inevitably lead to something like this.

After enduring a sick runner-runner full-house bad beat, Deeb buckled down and did what he does best: play great poker. Freddy ended Day 4 play as chip leader, stacked at 1,865,000. Trailing Freddy in second overall is T.J. Cloutier with 1,614,000.

Nineteen remain, including the previous two past champs, Nenad Medic (522,000) and Nick Schulman (1,100,000).

Get full chip counts here. Get info on hiring Beetlejuice for your next party here. Watch Kimberly Lansing interview our chip leader below, where Deeb does a great job demonstrating what he does second best: act paranoid.

 

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