Buddy Bonnecaze is a poker player from America who’s part of the elite group of gamers to have won more than one WSOP bracelet. He has two prized bracelets under his belt, as well as a wealth of experience earned over decades in the professional game.
This star player began entering tournaments around the middle of the 1980’s and was soon a player to watch out for with a recognized name. His first cash in the WSOP came in 1986, when he placed 35th in the main event to take home $7.5K. Around this time there were many games and a he achieved a more than decent level of success in the game.
Experience and skill took Bonnecaze to the top of his game when he won he first WSOP bracelet in 1992. This was in the $1.5K Pot Limit Hold’Em event, when as well as the bracelet he took home a cool $115.8K. His second bracelet win came the very next year when he emerged triumphant in the 1993 $1.5K Pot Limit Omaha event, to the tune of $83.4K. As the owner of two bracelets he has an excellent reputation in the game of poker, and one that precedes him wherever he goes.
Bonnecaze’s winnings in tournaments total more than $234K, and over $205K of than money comes from the World Series of Poker. As a double bracelet owner he continues to be a respected feature at big competitions, though he did take himself away from the limelight for a time. Very little was seen of Buddy Bonnecaze around the tournament tables for around a decade, following his big bracelet wins. He made his comeback at the Winter Bayou Poker Challenge in 2009, where he finished 4th in the $300 No Limit Hold’Em competition to take home $4,609. Observers of the game can expect to see more of this two-time bracelet winner.