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.
25-year old Pennsylvanian Ott is one of the ‘amateur’ half who made it to the 2017 WSOP Main Event final table.
The 33-year old Frenchman from Morlaix now lives in London and has amassed over $5.5million in live tournament winnings.
Huck Seed is one of those characters who bridge the generation gap between theold school and the new world of the poker boom post-Moneymaker.
The Boston-born Darren Elias is a professional tournament player that is best-known for his WPT achievements.
Another member of the young guard, David Vamplew originates from a place near Edinburgh, Scotland.
34-year old Parisienne Pollak is one of the more experienced players who made the 2017 final table of the WSOP Main Event.
California’s Galen Hall took the dive to be a professional tournament poker player back in 2009.
Family man Cliff Josephy made an impressive transition over to poker after a Wall Street company he worked for shut down.
Matt Salsberg is an American poker player and executive producer/writer of the hit Showtime show Weeds. Find his poker biography & videos here.
New Yorker Micah Raskin has been on the live tournament scene for over a decade, amassing almost $2,000,000 in winnings in the process.
In the midst of the 2008 financial crisis, Jason Wheeler's life appeared to be going south as he lost his job in the financial industry.
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.
Salomon Ponte – A. K. A. the self-titled 'Hashtag King' – is lesser known for his poker ability and more for his controversies both on and off the...
Roger Hairabedian is a veteran of the live tournament circuit and well-known by any players that frequent French poker events.