Ronnie Bardah Sets Report With Five Consecutive WSOP Principal Celebration Cashes

Ronnie Bardah was already WSOP bracelet winner, but on day 4 of the 2014 World Series of Poker main event he wrote his name in the game’s history books in another way by setting the record for the most consecutive cashes in the main event. This marks his fifth straight time making the money in poker’s biggest event, breaking the previous record he shared with six other players including Chris Bjorin and Christian Harder. Card Player TV caught up with him after the money bubble burst to learn more about his achievement.
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