Poker Fabrice Soulier

Fabrice Soulier - aka Fabsoul - French Live & Online Poker Player - Manager of the Global Poker League Paris Aviators Poker Team. Day 2 chip leader Fabrice Soulier was the short stack on the money bubble, but when Allen Bari shoved over Soulier’s raise with pocket jacks, Isaac Baron woke up with pocket aces to eliminate Bari in 13th place.

Fabrice Soulier has won 1 bracelets and 0 rings for total earnings of $2,454,109. See all events where they placed in-the-money. Before playing poker. Watch Poker Player and Movie Director Fabrice Soulier - World Poker Tour (WPT) on Dailymotion. Event #60: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship video: Soulier-Lieu: Le Parl Contre Winamax.

Fabrice Soulier
Nickname(s)fabsoul (PokerStars)
ResidenceLas Vegas, Nevada
BornApril 23, 1969 (age 51)
Avignon, France
World Series of Poker
Final table(s)5
Money finish(es)25
Highest ITM
Main Event finish
49th, 2009
World Poker Tour
Final table(s)1
Money finish(es)5
European Poker Tour
Final table(s)5
Money finish(es)17
Information accurate as of 24 June 2011.

Fabrice Soulier Poker Profile

Fabrice Soulier (born April 23, 1969 in Avignon, France) is a professional poker player with over $5.5 Million in live poker tournament winnings and won his first bracelet in the 2011 World Series of Poker $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship.[1] In 2013 he was the runner up in the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe €10,000 + 450 No Limit Hold'em - Main Event (Event #6), Earning him €610,000 ($824,513).In March 2014, Fabrice took down the €10,000 + 300 No Limit Hold'em EPT High Roller event for €392,900 ($542,342).[2]


He was director of the French TV series Farce Attaque (Farce Attack) and Un gars, une fille (A Guy, A Girl) before focusing only on poker.He now lives in Las Vegas.He also has been one of the poker teacher for the French show NRJ Pokerstars with Bertrand 'Elky'Grospellier.Then, he created the website which is an information site.In 2009, he cashed in the money for the first time in the $10,000 Main Event finishing in 49th place out of a field of 6,494 players, earning $138,568

World Series of Poker bracelet[edit]

Fabrice soulier poker profile
YearTournamentPrize (US$)
2011$10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship$609,130

As of 2011, his total live tournament winnings exceed $5,500,000.[3]

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  1. ^'Everest Poker sign a second French pro in Fabrice Soulier'. Bluff Europe. November 27, 2009. Retrieved December 14, 2010.
  2. ^Hendon Mob
  3. ^Butt, Robert. 'Fabrice Soulier - Stats'. Retrieved June 24, 2011.
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Everest Poker, an independent online poker site, is continuing to build its influence in France by signing Fabrice Soulier. 2009 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event third place finisher and fellow French player Antoine Saout is also a sponsored pro of the site.

A press release distributed by Everest Poker claimed that the move to sign Soulier was made in order to reinforce “its presence in the country in a continued effort to develop poker in France ahead of the opening of the market.” Soulier has a wealth of live poker cashes dating back to before Chris Moneymaker bested Sammy Farha in the 2003 WSOP Main Event. In 2001, he won the Grand Prix de Paris for over $50,000 and, the next year, finished as the runner-up in a $500 buy-in tournament during the Jack Binion World Poker Open in Tunica for $41,000.

In 2006, Soulier made his presence felt on television, taking fifth in the World Poker Tour’s (WPT) Bay 101 Shooting Star tournament for $240,000, an event ultimately won by Nam Le. Soulier won a €1,000 buy-in event as part of the Deauville Poker Festival in late 2007 and went on to win the Marrakech Poker Open’s Main Event for $135,000 two years later. During the recently-held 2009 WSOP, he took 49th in the Main Event for nearly $140,000 and recorded six other cashes.

A press release distributed by Everest Poker explained Soulier’s influence within France: “He is a regular at key French poker rendezvous throughout the year and has participated in a number of television shows and projects which have helped improve and develop the perception of the game in France and mold the poker scene into the mature and leading market that it is today.”

According to, Everest Poker is the sixth largest site or network worldwide with a seven-day running average of 2,350 real money ring game players. During its peak hours, which occur in the evening throughout Europe, over 5,000 competitors can be found battling it out on Everest Poker’s virtual felts. At the time of writing, which is early afternoon in London, a total of 2,912 cash game players are logged in. Everest Poker does not accept players from the United States and its traffic is similar with that found on the CEREUS Network, which includes the newly-branded and Absolute Poker. It is the official on-felt sponsor of the WSOP.

A French news outlet in Las Vegas during the conclusion of the 2009 WSOP Main Event told Poker News Daily that Saout winning the $10,000 buy-in tournament would likely result in a poker renaissance in the European nation. Every hand won by the Frenchman led the site to blog with earnest. However, Saout ultimately finished third after his pocket queens could not withstand champion Joe Cada’s pocket deuces when the flop fell 7-2-9. Saout came out on the short end of a race shortly thereafter with pocket eights against Cada’s A-K when a king hit on the river. The two unfortunate hands ended Saout’s run at the Main Event title, but he earned $3.5 million for his efforts.

According to an update provided last Sunday on, Everest Poker has seen its traffic slide 3% year over year. Contrastingly, traffic on Full Tilt Poker and the Entraction Network has grown by 110% and 65%, respectively.