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Toby Lewis is a British professional poker player from Hampshire, England. He has one European Poker Tour title and $8.2m in live tournament cashes including a win at EPT London in a £1,000 side event.
Lewis began playing online poker on Pokerstars under the screen name "810ofclubs," later moving on to live games.He had some success on the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour and made a runner-up finish at PKR Live 2009 before making his biggest score to date at EPT Vilamoura. In February 2013, Lewis finished 6th in the L.A Poker Classic for $194,000.
In 2010, Lewis won the record-breaking European Poker Tour event in Vilamoura, Portugal. The 384-player field was a Portuguese record and Lewis earned €467,836 for beating a final table that included fellow UK poker pro Sam Trickett and former Manchester United footballer Teddy Sheringham.In recognition of this, Lewis was nominated for "Rookie of the Year" at the European Poker Awards in 2011.
On 29 January 2018 Lewis beat out 800 players to win the 2018 Aussie Millions Main Event for $1,178,513. A deal was made between the final 3 players giving Lewis the lion's share of the prize money. This was the largest cash of Lewis's career and after another $1million-plus Aussie Millions the following year in 2019, this success moved him over $6.3 million in lifetime earnings.
Gustav Hansen is a Danish professional poker player from Copenhagen, Denmark who has lived in Monaco since 2003. In his poker career, Hansen has won three World Poker Tour open titles, one WSOP bracelet and the 2007 Aussie Millions main event, and was the season one winner of the Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament. Before turning to playing poker professionally in 1997, Hansen was already a world class backgammon player and a youth tennis champion.
Erik Seidel is an American professional poker player from Las Vegas, Nevada, who has won nine World Series of Poker bracelets and a World Poker Tour title. In 2010, he was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame.
Juan Carlos Mortensen is an Ecuadorian professional poker player of Danish descent and the first South American Main Event winner of the World Series of Poker. Mortensen is known for his loose play, bluffing tactics, and interesting chip-stacking style.
Noah Boeken is a Dutch professional poker and Magic: The Gathering player.
Sorel Mizzi is a Canadian professional poker player. Mizzi plays online poker under the names of "Imper1um" and "Zangbezan24". As of January 19, 2015, information gathered by Cardplayer.com's database states Sorel Mizzi has live tournament earnings of over $10.6 million. He also has online tournament earnings of approximately $3.6 million. He is also a regular in the online high-stakes cash games where he plays at Titan Poker under the name of 'Imper1um'.
Isaac Baron an American professional poker player from Menlo Park, California. He was the winner of the first Card Player Magazine Online Poker Player of the Year Award in 2007.
Dario Alioto is a professional poker player from Palermo, Italy. Alioto's first major success in poker came at the European Poker Tour 2005 Barcellona main event, where he finished in 7th place and earned €52,000. Right after this score, he started grinding PLO cash games that became his best poker game, rapidly becoming one of the best Italian professional players. Later on in his career, he won his first World Series of Poker bracelet in the £5,000 Pot Limit Omaha event at the 2007 World Series of Poker Europe. Alioto earned £234,390 for his finish. He has also had success at the 2008 World Series of Poker, where he has earned over $230,000 from four cashes. A well-respected cash game player online and live, he played most of the many televised Italian high-stakes cash games in the last few years. He now plays a wide variety of games and is now considered one of the best all-around players in Europe.
Peter Nicolas Eastgate is a poker player from Denmark, best known as the winner of the Main Event at the 2008 World Series of Poker. At the time, he became the youngest player ever to win the event. He was subsequently surpassed by Joe Cada in 2009.
Jason Mercier is an American professional poker player from Hollywood, Florida. He has won six World Series of Poker bracelets and one European Poker Tour title. Mercier is a member of Team PokerStars Pro and was named the Bluff Magazine Player of the Year for 2009. He was WSOP player of the year in 2016.
Davidi Kitai is a Belgian professional poker player who won the 2008 World Series of Poker $2,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em event for $244,583, becoming the first Belgian to win a WSOP bracelet. He also has won 2 other bracelets and has an EPT title and a WPT title, along with numerous other big scores and titles.
Nikhil Persaud is a professional poker player from London.
Melanie Weisner is an American professional poker player. She is also known by her PokerStars online screen name Callisto 5.
Sam Trickett is an English professional poker player. He is best known for finishing second, losing heads-up to Antonio Esfandiari in the Big One for One Drop - winning over $10 million in prize money. He is currently the twelfth-highest earner in tournament play of all time.
Jake Cody is a professional poker player from Rochdale, England, United Kingdom.
Rupert Elder is an English professional poker player. He turned professional in 2009, after graduating from Warwick University with a degree in Economics. He holds a European Poker Tour title and an Aussie Millions ring. He is also known by his PokerStars screenname, ElRupert. His total tournament winnings, both live and online, exceed $3,000,000.
Samad Razavi, is an English professional poker player and actor based in Brighton, United Kingdom. He is the UK and Ireland Poker tour, Cork leg, champion 2012, Asia Pacific Poker Tour Grand Final Champion, 2012 Asian Poker Tour India leg Champion and Asian Poker Tour 5 Time Player Of the Year.
Daniel Alan Colman is an American high-stakes professional poker player, originally from Holden, Massachusetts. He is best known for winning the $1,000,000 buy-in Big One for One Drop at the 2014 World Series of Poker. He beat Daniel Negreanu heads-up for a first place prize of $15,306,668, the fourth largest single payout in poker tournament history.
Dan Smith is an American professional poker player. He now resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. Smith has won many titles during his poker career, including a World Poker Tour title, a World Series of Poker bracelet and a championship event at the Aussie Millions.
Martin Jacobson is a Swedish professional poker player, originally from Stockholm, Sweden, but currently residing in London, England. In 2014, he won the World Series of Poker Main Event for $10,000,000, the fifth largest single payout in poker tournament history.
Andrew Lichtenberger is an American poker player from East Northport, New York. He is also known by his online alias LuckyChewy. He is the champion of the 2010 World Series of Poker Circuit event in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas in April 2010. Lichtenberger has made five World Series of Poker final tables and won a WSOP bracelet in 2016.