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Gambling911 World Exclusive: Cantu Has Covid Bad

Written by:
Thomas Somach
Published on:
Jul/26/2021
Brandon Cantu is in the hospital with a severe case of COVID-19, Gambling 911 can reveal in a world exclusive report!

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According to a source close to Cantu, the 40-year-old poker pro, who hails from Vancouver, Washington and has won two World Series of Poker championship bracelets, has now been hospitalized twice in the last three days due to severe Covid symptoms.
 
Cantu is also now on oxygen, the source said.
 
“They never should’ve released him from the hospital,” the source said. “He relapsed.”
 
In addition to his WSOP hardware, Cantu has also won a World Poker Tour championship.
 
He is one of only 27 players in history to have won a WSOP title and a WPT title.
 
According to official tournament statistics, Cantu has won about $4.5 million playing live tournament poker in his career.
 
By Tom Somach
Gambling 911 Chief Correspondent

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