PokerStars Team

Poker Stars Team


1.Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu

Having grown up in the pool lobbies of Toronto, poker genius Daniel Negreanu initially had yearnings of being an expert snooker player. In this sort of environment, he was never too far from a card diversion and in the long run got to be sufficiently interested to play himself. He moved to Las Vegas not long after and hasn’t thought back subsequent to.


2.Chris MoneyMaker

Chris Moneymaker

The narrative of Chris Moneymaker’s ascent to fame is one that has been told ordinarily, however one that dependably merits rehashing . In 2003, Chris won a $ 86 satellite on PokerStars . This gave him a seat in a bigger satellite, one that had a World Series Main Event bundle up for gets, and soon he was streaming off to Las Vegas to play his first live competition. The rest is history. Despite seemingly insurmountable opposition, Chris made it to the last table and went ahead to guarantee the gold armlet, prize cash of $2,500,000 and overnight fame. Poker would never be the same again.


3.Liv Boree

Liv Boeree

Originally from Kent in England, Liv Boeree is one of the most successful female poker players of all time, with over $2,000,000 in live tournament earnings. She previously studied at the University of Manchester, achieving a first-class degree in Astrophysics, before going on to find fame as a model and TV presenter on a range of different shows.


4.Bertrand Grospellier

Bertrand Grospellier

Frenchman Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier was at that point a web gaming star before he turned into a poker player. In the wake of moving to Korea in 2001, ElkY was a customary face at the World Cyber Games and in the Korean Pro Gaming class, on account of his expertise at PC technique recreations. His claim to fame was StarCraft, an amusement in which he is still one of the top positioning players. With poker, he figured out how to transform this ability into immense money prizes.


5.Jason Mercier

Jason Mercier

American poker star Jason Mercier was contemplating to be a Math educator before he became showbiz royalty in the poker world. In any case, similar to a huge number of others, he’d seen Chris Moneymaker win the 2003 World Series of Poker* for $2,500,000, and began playing at home with companions before long. He then found online poker when he left to school, and the following couple of years were spent mastering the amusement, getting some noteworthy results in online competitions along the way.


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