It might be shocking for most of us but Matt Keikoan is selling his 2010 WSOP Gold Bracelet for $15,000 on eBay. Matt is an American poker players with over $2 million in tournament earnings which includes 18 WSOP Cashes and 2 bracelets.
Matt won his first WSOP Bracelet in the Event 7: $2,000 No-Limit Hold’em of 2008 World Series of Poker bagging $550,601. The 2nd bracelet came in the Event 29: $10,000 Limit Hold’em World Championship of 2010 WSOP wherein he beat Daniel Idema heads-up. He took home $425,969 with this bracelet for topping a field of 171 players. Matt has listed the 2nd WSOP bracelet on eBay for sale for $15,000.
Matt has an impressive resume as a professional poker player which stretches over 10 years. Apart from 18 WSOP cashes he also has 8 money-finishes in WPT events. However, He hasn’t recorded any tournament cash since Nov’12.
Matt is not the first person selling the most prestigious poker memorabilia as over 10 players have already done this in past. The most notable of them has been the 2006 WSOP Champion Jamie Gold who auctioned his Main Event bracelet in 2013 for $65,725. Jerry Yang, T.J. Cloutier, Paul “Eskimo” Clark, and Brad Daugherty are among the other players who sold their WSOP Bracelet. Amongst these bracelet sellers, Peter Eastgate did it for a noble cause. He auctioned his 2008 Main Event bracelet for $147,000 and donated the entire money to charity.