Michiel Brummelhuis: 2013 WSOP Main Event November Nine Bio

Michiel Brummelhuis

Dutch poker pro Michiel Brummelhuis has made the final table of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event.

Brummelhuis started his career playing small limit hold'em games online several years ago and over the past few has moved up to become one of the top 15 all-time tournament money winners from the Netherlands.

The only Dutch player at the final table, Brummelhuis will come into play seventh in chips with 11,275,000.

Also a strong online player Brummelhuis's biggest online cash was $144k for taking down a $1k WCOOP event on PokerStars.

His live cashes date back to 2007 and is highlighted by a win at the Master Classics of Poker €1k in 2008 for €68,310 and making the $10k Limit Hold'em final table at the 2009 WSOP.

He also was a member of Team Hotels.nl, a group of young Dutch players who were sponsored for EPT Season 4.

Brummelhuis is best known to North American poker fans for running a huge bluff against William Reynolds at the 2011 PCA.

This is Brummelhuis's first WSOP since 2009 when cashed five times.

  • Nationality: Dutch
  • Age: 32
  • Hometown: Amsterdam
  • Online Nickname: Utreg
  • Career Live/Online Earnings: $671,706/Unknown
  • Biggest Previous Live Cash: $154,350 – 2011 PCA $25k High Roller
  • Twitter Handle: @brummel2
Michiel Brummelhuis

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