Fabrice Soulier, a pro poker player, also known as « FabSoul » at poker tables, has won prize money of over 2,5 million Dollars to date. His last big win was in 2010 in the Main Event of the Partouche Poker Tour de Cannes where he took home €500,000.
His prize money has just increased to $3,2 million thanks to his recent performance at the 2011 World Series Of Poker 2011 on 24 June where he became only the 8th French player in history to win a bracelet. This accomplishment was in Event #37 of the HORSE Championship. We mustn’t forget that this poker championship is a mix of 5 types of poker: Hold’em, Omaha, Razz, Stud and Eight-or-Better.
Fabrice Soulier, 42 years old and from Avignon, was the director of the TV show « Farce Attaque » working alongside Laurent Baffie, in addition to directing the series « Un gars, une fille ».
He was discovered by the online poker site Poker770 and was sponsored for many years representing the site; he became the number one French poker player in 2001 as well as in 2006.
Thanks to his latest trophy, he joins the elite list of French players, Bertrand « Elky » Grospellier and Elie Payan to have won a WSOP bracelet in 2011.