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 »