Matt Salsberg is an American poker player and executive producer/writer of the hit Showtime show Weeds. Find his poker biography & videos here.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Matthew Stout began playing poker as a child at the age of just four.
A former Backgammon and Renju professional, Vitaly Lunkin made his way into poker in 2003.
As a former trader before taking the leap to play poker full-time, New Yorker Scott Baumstein is certainly not averse to risk.
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.
Roger Hairabedian is a veteran of the live tournament circuit and well-known by any players that frequent French poker events.
Pennsylvania-born poker pro John Andress is a well-rounded player that began taking his journey seriously in 2010.
Although his age would put him in the group of “young guns”, Chris “Klod” Klodnicki had his first serious experiences with poker as the live p...
Maria Konnikova was born in 1984 at the tail end of the Soviet regime, but her parents were allowed to emigrate to the United States in 1988.
Reinkemeier is one of the most successful players to ever come out of his country.
Ranking highly on the Canadian all-time money list for live tournament earnings, Tim Adams has become a recurrent face on the high roller scene.
Not many poker players hail from Guyana, but Victor (Annand) Ramdin is an exception.
Lamb is a 32-year American from Tulsa, Oklahoma who is well-known for his deep runs in the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Ranking #1 on the Swiss all-time money list for tournament winnings is none other than Ronny Kaiser.
Florida native Darryll Fish was a competitive Magic: The Gathering player before finding poker in 2003.