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A Couple of of Poker’s Great Pros

January 8th, 2019 Leave a comment Go to comments

Literally countless of individuals are trying to be the next "big thing" in poker, but here is a short rundown on four of the more noteworthy "charming players" of poker. Although "nice" is connected with their names when you are facing them it is "no more Mr. Nice guy" until they have put you out of the competition!

Daniel Negreanu

In 2004, his tourney payouts amounted to in excess of 4.4 million dollars and he attained two immensely admired awards in the World Series of Poker Player of the Year and Cardplayer Magazine’s Tourney Player of the Year. In Feb Two Thousand and Six he was named Card Player’s Preferred Poker Player. Daniel even still has the humility to speak with his fans about how they will be able to improve their own game.

Howard Lederer

Called "The Professor" and brother of fellow poker professional Annie Duke. His success has lead to him making an educational video called "Secrets of No Limit Hold’em" and also holding a tournament poker show for Fox TV. As of Two Thousand and Five, his complete life time winnings exceed $2.7 million.

Scotty Nguyen

Scott is 1 of the most active players in professional poker and from Two Thousand and Two Thousand and Four he finished in the money in excess of one hundred tournaments. He is notorious for saying "yeah baby" during poker matches and also credited with the term "that’s poker baby" when alluding to a especially bad beat. As of 2006, his career earnings are almost $6 million.

Chris Ferguson

Chris has captured 5 WSOP titles with 2 of his successes coming in Two Thousand and Three. Chris has the nickname "Jesus" because of his trademark long hair and beard, that, and along with his ability to toss playing cards fast enough to slice through bananas and pickles. As of Two Thousand and Five his total poker tourney earnings exceeded 5 million dollars.

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