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Cam Kim Hua was born in California.Cam Kim Hua is professional player of poker. He finished 3 times in final table of WSOP Main event. Cam Kim Hua earned 15 cash prizes all WSOP poker tournaments. He finished 3 times in final table of World Poker Tour tournaments. He cashed 9 times in WPT events. His total tournament winning becomes $3,026,419 till now. Cam Kim Huaearned 5th place in WPT $5,000 Hold’em event and won cash prize of $29,025. He won $2,500 Grand Slam Hold’em event of 2003 and earned cash prize of $90,000 in that event. Cam Kim Hua earned 7th place in $500 Omaha event of 2004 and won cash prize of $28,148 in that event.
He reached 2nd place in Holiday Hold’em event and earned cash prize of $17,660 in that event. Cam Kim Hua earned 4th place in Bellagio Hold’em tournament of 2004 and won cash prize of $33,973 in that event. He won Annual Jack Omaha event in 2004.Cam Kim Hua reached to 5th place in WPT $10,000 Binion World Poker of 2004 and won cash prize of $155,477 in that event. He won poker classic tournament in 2004 and earned cash prize of $184,815.He cashed 20 times in various poker tournaments of 2004.Cam Kim Huareached to 2nd place in Five Star World Poker event of 2005 and earned cash prize of $125,630.
He finished in 4th place of WSOP No limit Hold’em event and won cash prize of $200,395.Cam Kim Hua is not so much famous poker player. He played all types of poker tournaments but he is more interested in playing live poker tournaments. He won Poker classic event 2 times in his poker career.Cam Kim Hua won Five Star World poker event in 2006 and earned cash prize of $25,700.He won Mirage Poker Hold’em event in 2006 and got cash prize of $157,400.
Gus Hansen was born on 13th Feb 1974 in Denmark. He is a professional player of poker. Currently, he is living Monaco. Gus Hansen won only one bracelet in World Series of poker. He cashed total nine times in WSOP Main events. He won three titles in World poker tour. He is very successful in World poker tour. He is one of among the poker player who has both bracelet in WSOP and Title in World poker tour. He won Aussie Millions main event in 2007. Hansen started playing from 1997 before that he is very good tennis player. He won many local tennis tournaments also.
He takes many personal bets, and he is best known in the poker world for that. In 2004, he finished in 150th place of WSOP main event. In 2006, he reached up to the final table in WSOP main event but in just firsthand. He finished in 61st place of Hold’Em event, and he won cash prize of $154,194 in that event. He finished in 160th place of WSOP main event, and he won cash prize of $41,616 in that event. Hansen is only one player in poker who has won 3 Title in World poker tour. In 2008, he won cash prize of $1 million in the ‘World Poker Tournaments.’ He won EPM event in 2006 by beating Marc Goodwin.
Hansen won Poker Superstar event and earned a cash prize of $1,000,000. He finished in the final table of World poker tour 7 times. He cashed total nine times in World poker tour. He finished in the final table of European poker tour only one time. He cashed only two times in European poker tour. He played only few European Poker Tournaments.’ He won his first bracelet in the ‘World Series of Poker’ in 2010 as well as he earned a cash prize of $451,880 by defeating Tony Bloom. In 2014, his total of winning cash prizes became than $11,200,000.
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His winnings stretch back to the 2002 WOSP, where he attained tripartite bracelets and tied with prominent players throughout the year for most event wins. Ivey’s bracelet collection was boosted in the Pot-Limit Omaha for five years, and has been equally vivacious in the WSOP main tournament. At the age of 38, he remains to be the youngest player to garner ten bracelets taking merely 14 years. Peculiarly, his bracelets have emanated purely from non-Hold’ em tournaments. In the same while vein, Ivey has nine appearances at the finale tables at WPT. In nine games out of twelve, he has purported to cash in World Poker Tour events. At the sixth season of the World Poker Tour in 2008, he sailed through to the finals at the Louisiana Poker Classic, subsequently parceling $ 1,596,100.
He has accomplished tremendous prizes that are not far-fetched; with more than $3,000,000 rake-off in World Poker Tour. Thus, he is poised to climb the ladder higher. Ivey also re-invigorated himself in the European Poker Tour held in Barcelona on September 2006, being the chip-leader in a finale-table of nine, he emerged second. The excellent achievements herald well for this industrious player, inclining him on a successful path midst the fiercely competitive poker industry.