Ronnie Bardah On Setting Records, “Nobody Wants It More Than I Do”

Bardah's shortstacked, but going for WSOP Main Event record.

Professional poker player, and part-time bodyguard, Ronnie Bardah is on the verge of a World Series of Poker Main Event record.

Having made it in the money for the past 4 years in the Main Event, Bardah is currently tied with 6 others individuals who have also made ME cash in 4 consecutive years.

Bardah, while a little short stacked, is grinding to make it number 5 and be the only player in history to do so.

Here Ronnie passionately talks with PokerNews' Remko Rinkema about his potentially record setting run and how nobody want this more than he does.

Rpnnie currently sits with roughly 108k in chips with a chip average of about 268k. At the end of the evening 746 players remained and so Bardah will have to fade 52 bustouts, as 693 runners get paid, in order to claim a record that will be damn hard to beat.

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