Chris Bjorin is no stranger to the World Series of Poker. He has 62 WSOP cashes dating all the way back to 1991, meaning he’s been playing for more than two decades. What’s more, Bjorin has already had a good start to the 2012 WSOP, finishing as runner-up to Cory Zeidman in Event #4 Seven Card Stud Hi-Low 8 or Better for $124,838.
Bjorin is in today’s field and looking to accomplish a remarkable feat, to make the Razz final table three years in a row. That’s right, last year Bjorin took sixth in this event for $33,338, which was proceeded by an 8th-place finish in 2010 for $19,686. Experience and patience can be a deadly combination as Bjorin has proven time and again. Making the final table a third consecutive year will be tough, but if anyone knows how to do it it’s Bjorin.