Yuval Bronshtein continues to aim for future success

Ever since the year 2019, Yuval Bronshtein has managed to win in the mixed game tournament with regard to the World Series of Poker (WSOP). He still remains unsatiated and is now looking towards the big-time No Limit Hold’em events. Also, during this period and his continuous winning streak, he has managed to obtain for himself two WSOP gold bracelets. 

Altogether, he has attained the winner’s title an unbelievable eight times at Seminole Hard Rock. There is also the circuit ring, where he has performed exceptionally well and takes pride in the fact that he stood 23rd in the 2012 WSOP main event. 

As per the latest poker news, despite facing a lot of ups and downs in his personal life in the year 2019, a little push from friends and dear ones helped him to come out of his bad tidings and begin indulging in his favorite pastime, poker. In the end, he actually managed to gather for himself $3.1 million in earnings.

However, in the post-pandemic times, he played his game in the PokerGO studio and also in Wynn. On the whole, he has been keeping himself busy in Las Vegas. He also does not spare the South Florida poker games and where he resides. He is seeking a big-time win in the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown, where he hasn’t been able to score as yet.

According to Bronshtein, where the World Series is concerned, he will be taking an active part in the $10Ks, as well as the mixed game tournaments, along with the $50K Poker Player Championship. For his investors, he has made it clear that he will be pursuing his natural game, and they can expect a great share from his winnings, a factor he seems most sure about. He believes in the trust and dependability aspect. For the time being, he is absolutely focused on the 2023 WSOP and aims to obtain yet another bracelet for himself.  

Joseph Watkins is an avid gambler and also contributes the in-depth & most recent Las Vegas casino news stories. He joins as a news-editor recently with almost two years of experience in sports news writing.

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