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Andy Frankenburger adds to an already impressive personal resume
 
The New York equity derivatives trader and poker ace Andy Frankenburger claimed his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet in Las Vegas on Saturday.
 
Event 28: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em at the World Series of Poker is in the books, with Frankenburger – last year's WPT Player of the Year – scoring his first WSOP bracelet and $599 153 after a hotly contested heads up with Joshua Evans in Level 27 of the third day of play in the event.
 
The day started with 28 survivors, all that remained of an original entry field of  2 500, many of them seasoned professional players, but it took only two hours for the field to be whittled down to a final table dominated by Steven Merrifield, Frankenburger and Evans.
 
When the heads up started Evans looked the fave to win with a decided chip advantage, but Frankenburger showed his considerable experience and ability in wresting the chip lead from Evans and then grinding his opponent into defeat.
 
Evans's impressive second placing was rewarded with a check for $372,498.