The current record for most consecutive years with a World Series of Poker Bracelet currently belongs to Bill Boyd and Doyle Brunson, who have each won four bracelets in four years. Matt Matros has currently gone the last three years and earned a WSOP bracelet each year and looks to tie the record by winning Event #54.
In 2010, Matros took down a $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em event worth $189,870. The year 2011 came along and Matros found himself taking down yet another bracelet in a $2,500 Mixed Hold'em event for $303,501 more. In 2012, Matros accomplished the nearly impossible task of taking down a third bracelet in three years by shipping a $1,500 No Limit Hold'em - Six Handed event for $454,835.
Matros has appeared in the field here today and he's already built himself a nice tower of chips. Could this be the event that Matros takes down his fourth bracelet in four years? It's still to early to tell here on Day 1, but anything can happen in the world of poker. We'll be sure to keep a close eye on Matros throughout the day as he tries to lock up his fourth World Series of Poker bracelet in four years.