Event #58: $10,000 Main Event

Youngest Player Doubles

Logan Deen is playing in his first ever WSOP today and there's no question that he's the youngest player in the field. Deen chose to play in Day 1B as it happens to fall on his 21st birthday. He's had a rail of supporters with neon colored signs cheering him on all day as he participated in the most prestigious poker tournament in the world.

Unfortunately, Deen has been running short on chips as of late. After being short stacked for a bit, Deen finally shoved all in preflop for his last 3,300 and received one caller:

Deen: {A-Diamonds}{8-Spades}
Opponent: {Q-Diamonds}{Q-Spades}

Deen was behind and would need help on the flop. The flop came {6-Hearts}{A-Spades}{7-Spades} and gave Deen top pair and the lead in the hand. The turn brought the {8-Clubs} giving him two pair and the river bricked out for his opponent when it fell {2-Diamonds}. Deen was able to double up to around 8,000 in chips.

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