Some poker players take up the game and everything start off great for them. Mohsin Charania was not one of those players.
Matt Salsberg is an American poker player and executive producer/writer of the hit Showtime show Weeds. Find his poker biography & videos here.
55-year old Corkins is one of the old-school poker players who has managed to come to terms with the games modern-world.
Turning pro in 2006, Ohio-born David Peters is a tournament specialist that has experience both live and online.
A graduate of Auburn University with a degree in Finance, Baker worked in sales for a number of years before transitioning to poker.
Born August 1st, 1983, Noah Schwartz is a professional poker player who has seen success in online and live poker.
Kyle Julius is an American professional poker player and the winner of over $7 million in tournament winnings. Find his poker biography & videos here.
Allen Cunningham is a professional poker player and in 2005 he was nominated the ESPN Player Of The Year. Find his poker biography & videos here.
Silent, unnoticeable, calm – none of these adjectives can be used to describe Emanuel “Will” Failla.
California’s Galen Hall took the dive to be a professional tournament poker player back in 2009.
Another member of the young guard, David Vamplew originates from a place near Edinburgh, Scotland.
A well-known figure on the English poker scene, born and bred Londoner Martins Adeniya found poker whilst studying at the University of Bath.
26-year old Londoner Jack Sinclair is one of the least well-known players who made it to the 2017 final table of the Main Event.
California born Isaac Baron discovered his passion for the game early in his life.
Born in Laos, Xao “Jerry” Yang was born in 1967 as a Hmong, but upon the takeover of his country by the Communists in the 1970’s, his family fled.