The $100k Bathroom Prop Bet is On!
It’s not Huck Seed, but rather Rich Alati who has taken up fellow Vegas pro Rory Young’s challenge
Huck Seed is one of those characters who bridge the generation gap between the rounders and grinders of the old school and the new world of the poker boom post-Moneymaker. He started out as an Electrical Engineering at CalTech where he played basketball for the college and poker for himself.
His entrance to the poker big time came in 1991 when he took down his first six figure tourney win, and from then on out it was like printing money. By the time he won the 1996 World Series of Poker Main Event he already had a bracelet for a $2.5k Omaha event.
A few years later in 1999 he found himself at the final table of the Main Event again, this time taking sixth place and in part serving as the inspiration for the final table scenes in Lucky You. While cinema was pilfering his life for details, he also appeared in Quantum Hoops about CalTech’s 21 year losing streak at basketball, and more to the point was appearing over and over on our TV sets.
He has the longest running record for cashes in the NBC Head-Up Poker Championship, and was a regular on Poker After Dark and High Stakes Poker. Along the way he’s picked up four WSOP bracelets, 50 WSOP cashes, $7.6 million in tournament winnings, and who knows how much more in cash games. And then there’s the prop bets…
If Seed has one reputation it is as a prop bettor – $10,000 on whether he could learn to do a backflip in two days (he got his acrobat uncle to teach him and won) or spending 24 hours in the ocean without touching the bottom (he bought himself out of that one).
Whether at the table or off it, he’s always good for some action.
Published 2 years agoNational Heads-Up Championship - Seed Vs Benyamine
Huck Seed and David Benyamine play their quarter-final match in the 2008 National Heads-Up Poker Championship played at Caesar's P...
Published 2 years agoNational Heads-Up Championship - Hellmuth Tilting to Himself
Phil Hellmuth isn't happy during a hand against Huck Seed in their quarter final match in the 2005 National Heads-Up Championship ...
Published 3 years ago2009 Heads-Up Championship Final Table - Vanessa Rousso vs Huck Seed
Vanessa Rousso and Huck Seed go heads-up at the Final Table of the 2009 National Heads-Up Poker Championship playing for the title...
Published 3 years agoPartyPoker World Open - Big Hand KK vs QQ vs 1010 vs 58
A big hand with some great laydowns in the Party Poker World Open from 2010. Featuring Phil Laak, Philipp Gruissem, John Tabatabai...
Published 3 years agoSeed vs Gruissem vs Tabatabai - Big Three-way Action
Sick action hand between Philipp Gruissem, Huck Seed and John Tabatabai
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