Ed Brogdon is not hard to pick out of a crowd. We're not sure of his height, but the man is a cut above the rest. Toss in some western wear and a big cowboy hat, and he conjures up images of a young Doyle Brunson (the two happen to be friends). While he has $100,294 in career WSOP earnings, the one thing Brogdon doesn't have is a bracelet. He's hoping to change that in this event.
In a recent hand, Konstantin Puchkov brought it in with the and another player limped. Brogdon was showing an ace and opted to complete, which inspired Puchkov to fold and the other player to call. Brogdon proceeded to bet fourth street when he caught the , his opponent call and it was off to fifth. Brogdon fired one more bet, and this time it did the trick as his opponent scooped up his cards and sent them to the muck.