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Poker works in mysterious ways for strange players like Glenn Cozen. Despite all the risks whose ascription would meet poker practically, his entry into the complex game and outstanding performance left commentators bewildered.
He is an American guru poker player who resides in California. He received the limelight when he placed second in the $10,000 buy-in tournament in 1993. Though he was emerging from the shackles of oblivion, he sailed through to the final table in the main event. Another obstacle he faced in his bid to get prominent in that event was diminishing stacks but went ahead to outlast renowned players like Mansour Matloubi and John Bonetti with humongous chip stacks. This outstanding struggle propelled him to the apex of the poker casinos at the international level.
As aforesaid, Cozen played excellently in the 1993 WSOP final tabling though with declining stacks to face it heads-up with Jim Bechtel who ousted him to place second for a whacking $420,000. Later, he cashed in the World Series of Poker Main Event where he placed second in 1993, 114th in 1995 and recently 200th in 2008. Read more »
In the day 1 of PokerStars.net Asia Pacific Poker Tour Season and Asia Championship Main event of point 286 grand total players came for the action.
After several levels, the players came down to 175. By the end Rory Yound the Poker Asia-Pacific World seies winner won the biggest stacj of day 1 by night with 1, 50,100 chips. The others stack was close to Young which includes PokerStars 2013 Asia Player Jian Yang with 1,47,600, Dong Guo with 1,20,400 and 101,600 by Anson Yan Shing Tsang.
With the start of 2014 Asia Pacific Poker Tournament, the day 2 of Macau main event ended by 87 out of 212 poker players. The day was of long levels 7 and ½ hour and the Box Xie became the chip leader in the field with chips of 1,66,000. Read more »
Richard is an American established experienced poker player. He was born in Charmount, United States.
He started playing poker when he was sixteen years old, in home poker games. He played four nights a week with a group of buddies until that time when one of his friends earned $1,200 in one weekend through online playing the teenager Richard also decided to play online poker. Then he began to play under screen name of “Nutshino”. The name was controversial in poker.
From 2005-2007 he played both cash games and SNG at various sites but he entered the live poker on May 2007 in Annual East Coast poker championship in Verona. He finished the event at 14th place and earned $577. That was just a start. When there is a will there is a way. On Nov 2013 in Heartland poker tour in Las Vegas he made his real breakout when he finished the event at first position and won the cash prize of $122,548. On June 2008 he entered in to WSOP. He faced 39th WSOP championship in LA where he got 29th position and cashed $11,950. On the same event he got 2nd position and won $570,661 after nine days in 5000 No limit Hold’Em. This was his best live cash. On august 2008 in Empire State Hold’Em championship, Verona he finished at 4th place and cashed $48,918. He faced WSOP for five times in his poker career up to 2014 and earned over $1 million.
Besides he also visited World poker tour and HPT championships. On Jul 2013 in 44th WSOP in Las Vegas he got sixth place and won $178,261. He last played on Oct 2014 in WSOP-APAC in Melbourne where he finished at 17th position and cashed $2,727. Richard is a rising star of poker world. His total earning is $1,365,858. His USA, all time money list rank is 485th while his GPI rank is 214th. He was a 175th poker player of the year in year 2013 with one title and 35 cashes.