Level 7 (800/400/800)
Total Entrants: 117
A native Kearney, Nebraska, Brandon Fish (pictured) has found plenty of success here at the Horseshoe and is hoping for more this week. At the WSOP Circuit here in 2017, Fish took home two championship rings.
That same year, he finished runner-up in the RGPS Pro Knockout for $2,703. He also won the $675 RGPS Main Event here in August 2015 for $34,267, and won a WSOP Circuit ring here that same year in May.
Fish now has a total of five WSOP Circuit rings and feels right at home battling it out in the Horseshoe. This fish is quite the shark.