Women with scintillating performance in the poker industry not only keep the sisterhood of gambling queens vivacious but also streamline the field with the trite feminist ideology of gender parity. One woman who cannot be omitted in this team of female poker players is Marsha Waggoner. Her long poker career interposed with an array of magnificent accomplishments at this period is significant. She has sharpened her skills flawlessly in live events, subsequently; commentators have inferred that her moves are uniquely perspicacious. She is the old queen of poker whose achievements suffice as the old queen of poker who defies age. Her hype and resuscitation of antecedent wins have helped demonstrate who she really is in the poker realms.
Her first notable accomplishment came in the Amarillo Slim Super Bowl of Poker $400 Stud Main Event where she won. This did not cast her in the global limelight, but, at the 1992 WSOP, she placed 2nd in the $1,500 7-Card Stud Split Main Event garnering $52,500. She remarkably cashed in the WPT and the PPT (Professional Poker Tour) and subsequently placed 2nd for 100k in the World Poker Tour. However, she did not quit poker after this but went ahead to win more events. More recently, she final tabled at the 2012 at the WSOP Aussie Millions, later winning two championships at the California’s State Poker Championships (Los Angeles). Her first win was at the $340 Omaha High Low while the next came in the USD 340 Omaha Stud Hi-Lo. This is laudable and encouraging as she has had her exposure in the game for long.
She final tabled also managed another final table during the same event. She finished 9th at the World Series of Poker $1,500 7-Card Stud High-Low Main Event (Las Vegas). Equally, notably are her tournament live earnings that are more than $900k. Undoubtedly, she is among the female poker players who have trail blazed outstanding performance behind the corridors of wagering.
We all know that United States is the best place where several of the poker players have originated from irrespective of the fact that the ban is high in this country on the individuals for playing the casino games. Though literally one may not be paying any penalty for playing the casino games, definitely one would find it tough to get over the competition in the poker world especially when playing the game in the country like US. In such tough competition if one is able to make entry into the events we should admit that they are the real capable poker players who are deemed to be eligible for playing the online events as well.
However, Baker Abdallah has been in the list of poker players. One could easily trace out him in the internet search results as the poker player. Let us get into the details of the cash prizes he has won during his career which he seems to be started around 2010 June 23rd which is when he has won Event 32 – No-Limit Hold’em 2010 Venetian Deep Stack Extravaganza III for which the buy-in was decided at $300. In this match he was able to complete in 42nd position and was able to win $729 which is definitely the good start in the poker world.
His two latest cash prizes definitely show that he has improved a lot from the day one. June 2nd 2014 he played the $1,500 No-Limit Hold’em Millionaire Maker 2014 World Series of Poker where he was able to finish in 460th place. Irrespective of the truth that this game has the buy-in amount of $1,500 he was still able to manage winning the cash prize of $4,630. The next level of achievement that he has made was in the same month on 29th when he played in the WSOP in which he has chosen to play the $1,500 No Limit Hold’em from which he was able to make $6,368. We should admit this cash prize to be the lovely enough for him to continue in this world.
Phil Ivey was born in February 1st 1976 in the US in the place Riverside California. Also with the vast gaming history he has attached to his name he was able to manage giving tough competition to the opponents. The beginners would really be happy to be placed at the final table when he is in the game. That is the power he has gained in the poker world. The opponents would consider him as frightening faces in the poker game. Unlike other players who struggle in promoting their face than spending time in playing the poker games, Phil would rather choose to be that guy who really enjoys doing exactly what he wants from the poker world. He just wants that winning titles than thinking about what people think about him. He lets his winning pace spoke much about his fame and fortune that was built out of his successful career.
Phil first entry was through the WPT Season 1, World Poker Finals which was held in the year 2002 where he won $75,650 by finishing the game in 4th position. His two major cash winning events are the WPT session 6, L.A Poker classic with the cash prize of $1,596,100 and the 2009 WSOP, event 57 $10,000 No Limit Hold’em World Championship where he won $1,404,002 by finishing 7th position. His total earnings would be sufficient enough for the entire life and do not mandate him to play the poker game anymore. However, his passion for the game would never die and hence he still would continue in the poker world thus standing as the best role model for all the beginners in the poker industry.
He enjoys playing the video games and basketball. He enjoys travelling with his beloved partner and enjoys watching movie with his partner. Shooting dice is one of his all time favorites. In spite of his vast number of success records he is liked by other players for showing humbleness.