Chip Reese

American professional poker player and gambler from Centerville, Ohio.Wikipedia

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  • Johnny Moss

    Gambler and professional poker player. The first winner of the World Series of Poker Main Event, at the time a cash game event in which he was awarded the title by the vote of his peers in 1970.Wikipedia

  • Dave Ulliott

    English professional gambler and poker player. Minor figure in the Hull underworld, but went on to become a World Series of Poker bracelet-winner, and a mainstay of televised poker.Wikipedia

  • Joe Ebanks

    American professional poker player from Ohio. He grew up in Kent and as of 2011 resides in Stow.Wikipedia

  • David Grey

    American professional poker player from Henderson, Nevada. Best known as a cash-game player, but he also has several notable poker tournament wins to his name.Wikipedia

  • Johnny Chan

    Chinese-American professional poker player. He has won 10 World Series of Poker bracelets, including the 1987 and 1988 World Series of Poker main events consecutively.Wikipedia

  • Mitch Schock

    American professional poker player. He won his first World Series of Poker bracelet at the 2011 World Series of Poker where he made three final tables and has had at least five in the money finishes in each of the last three World Series of Poker (WSOP).Wikipedia

  • Todd Witteles

    American professional poker player. Demo slot online free play. Primarily a cash game player.Wikipedia

  • Erik Seidel

    American professional poker player from Las Vegas, Nevada, who has won eight World Series of Poker bracelets and a World Poker Tour title. Married and has two daughters.Wikipedia

  • Todd Brunson

    American professional poker player and the son of poker player Doyle Brunson. Not until he was studying law at Texas Tech University that he learned how to play on his own.Wikipedia

  • Lyle Berman

    American professional poker player and business executive. Graduated in 1964 with a degree in business administration.Wikipedia

  • Barbara Enright

    American professional poker player, motivational speaker, and Editor-in-Chief of Woman Poker Player magazine, and an Ambassador of Poker League of Nations, the world's largest women's poker organization. She has won three bracelets at the World Series of Poker and has made it to the US$10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event final table.Wikipedia

  • Cliff Josephy

    American professional poker player from Syosset, New York. At the 2005 World Series of Poker (WSOP), Josephy won a bracelet in the $1,500 seven-card stud event, defeating fellow professional Kirill Gerasimov in the final heads-up confrontation.Wikipedia

  • John Bonetti

    American professional poker player from Houston, Texas. Born in Brooklyn, New York City, Bonetti began playing poker at the age of 54, and won three bracelets at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) in the 1990s.Wikipedia

  • Phil Laak

    Irish born American professional poker player and a poker commentator, now residing in Los Angeles, California. Laak holds a World Poker Tour (WPT) title, a World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet, and has appeared on numerous nationally aired television shows.Wikipedia

  • Liz Lieu

    Vietnamese professional poker player. Primarily a limit Texas hold 'em cash games player for a number of years, before embracing tournament play at the 2005 World Series of Poker.Wikipedia

  • Doyle Brunson

    Retired American poker player who played professionally for over 50 years. Two-time World Series of Poker Main Event champion, a Poker Hall of Fame inductee, and the author of several books on poker.Wikipedia

  • Joseph Tehan

    American professional poker player. Introduced to poker at college where he played with his friends.Wikipedia

  • Robert Turner (poker player)

    American professional poker player based in Downey, California. Known for introducing Omaha hold 'em into poker-playing circles.Wikipedia

  • Sam Farha

    Professional poker player. Best known for finishing as runner up in the World Series of Poker Main Event in 2003.Wikipedia

  • Lee Watkinson

    American professional poker player, originally from Longbranch, Washington. At the 2004 World Series of Poker (WSOP), Watkinson finished 2nd in the $5,000 pot limit Omaha event.Wikipedia

  • Rafi Amit

    Israeli professional poker player, from Holon. Amit has won two bracelets at the World Series of Poker, the first in the 2005 Pot limit Omaha event and the second in 2007 in the $1,000 Deuce to Seven Triple Draw Lowball with rebuys [[2007 World Series of Poker results#Event 48: .241.2C000 Deuce to Seven Triple Draw Lowball w.2Frebuys event]].Wikipedia

  • Sam Mastrogiannis

    Greek American professional poker player who won two bracelets at the World Series of Poker. Mastrogiannis cashed three times at the World Series of Poker and won two bracelets.Wikipedia

  • Phil Ivey

    American professional poker player who has won ten World Series of Poker bracelets, one World Poker Tour title, and appeared at nine World Poker Tour final tables. At one time regarded by numerous poker observers and contemporaries as the best all-around player in the world.Wikipedia

  • Phil Galfond

    American professional poker player. Galfond won three World Series of Poker bracelets, in the $5,000 buy-in pot-limit Omaha with rebuys event in 2008, the $10,000 no-limit 2-7 single draw championship in 2015 and the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship in 2018.Wikipedia

  • Aaron Kanter

    Professional poker player from Lodi, California. Kanter's first major success in poker came at the 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event, where he finished in 4th place and earned $2,000,000.Wikipedia

  • Ben Yu

    American professional poker player, commentator, and writer. He has won three World Series of Poker bracelets and appeared at eleven World Series of Poker final tables.Wikipedia

  • Steve Zolotow

    American businessman and professional poker player from Las Vegas, Nevada. He has won two bracelets at the World Series of Poker.Wikipedia

  • Chip Jett

    American professional poker player from Las Vegas, Nevada. One of the most popular players on the World Poker Tour.Wikipedia

  • David Chiu (poker player)

    Chinese American professional poker player, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, who has won five World Series of Poker bracelets. Also the winner of the 2008 World Poker Tour's WPT World Championship, and the first winner of the Tournament of Champions of Poker.Wikipedia

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  • In 1980 and 1981, H.D. 'Oklahoma Johny' Hale and Chip Reese received a gold bracelet for being the 'Best All Around Player' at the WSOP, respectively.World Series of Poker bracelet-Wikipedia
  • While trying to repeat in 2006, he lost in the first round to Chip Reese.Phil Hellmuth-Wikipedia
  • His heads-up matchup with Rod Peate was the longest heads-up battle in WSOP history before being surpassed during the $50,000 H.O.R.S.E event in 2006 by Chip Reese and Andy Bloch.Tom McEvoy-Wikipedia
  • Fellow professional Doyle Brunson put Moss on his Mount Rushmore of poker players, along with Puggy Pearson, Sailor Roberts, and Chip Reese.Johnny Moss-Wikipedia
  • The first $50,000 event, conducted as a H.O.R.S.E. tournament, was won by Chip Reese in 2006.World Series of Poker-Wikipedia
  • Besides Brunson, several top poker players contributed chapters to Super/System including Bobby Baldwin, Mike Caro, David Sklansky, Chip Reese, and Joey Hawthorne.Doyle Brunson-Wikipedia
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  • Chip Reese won the event, earning $1,716,000 for first place.HORSE (poker)-Wikipedia
  • At the 2006 World Series of Poker, Bloch finished second in the $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event when his failed to improve against David 'Chip' Reese's in the final hand, on a board of.Andy Bloch-Wikipedia
  • Brunson's nickname 'Darkhorse' comes from a tournament he played early in his career, where he was reckoned to be a huge underdog, but outlasted the likes of poker legend Chip Reese.Todd Brunson-Wikipedia
  • Bechtel was also one of the players to make the final table of the inaugural $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event of the 2006 World Series of Poker, which was won by the late Chip Reese.Jim Bechtel-Wikipedia
  • Chip Reese defeated Andy Bloch heads-up the in the 2006 H.O.R.S.E. World Championship to win $1,784,640 and the event's first title.The Poker Players Championship-Wikipedia
  • Johnson was inspired to play poker by poker professional and legend Chip Reese, who was a neighbor of his growing up.Marco Johnson-Wikipedia
  • Pearson was one of two future Poker Hall of Famers to win a SBOP tournament in 1982; the other one was Chip Reese, who won the $10,000 Deuce to Seven Lowball event.1982 Super Bowl of Poker-Wikipedia
  • Despite being the oldest competitor (at age 80), he won his first round of NBC's National Heads-Up Poker Championship against one of the best cash-game players in the world, Chip Reese.Henry Orenstein-Wikipedia
  • Professional poker players such as Chip Reese and Doyle Brunson, had played and considered Karas a weaker poker player often giving Karas handicaps to play.Archie Karas-Wikipedia
  • Chip Reese was a regular until he died.Big Game (poker)-Wikipedia
  • His second was in the $50,000 Player's Championship, the second highest buy-in event that awards third highest prize money of $1,720,328, also award is the David 'Chip' Reese memorial trophy and what was described by Andrew Feldman of ESPN as 'the most prestigious bracelet of the Series'.Brian Rast-Wikipedia
  • He played against Chip Reese and Andy Beal.The Professor, the Banker, and the Suicide King-Wikipedia
  • Another regular was Chip Reese before his death.Hustler Casino-Wikipedia
  • In it he chronicles his interviews with some of the most famous gamblers in the world including Doyle Brunson Tommy Hyland and Chip Reese.Richard W. Munchkin-Wikipedia
  • It featured two world champions, Doyle Brunson and Jim Bechtel, as well as multi-bracelet winners Dewey Tomko, T. J. Cloutier, Phil Ivey, and Chip Reese who went on to win the tournament after the longest heads-up play in the history of the World Series of Poker.David Singer (poker player)-Wikipedia
  • For example, the competition at the final table of the 1990 SBOP Main Event included Poker Hall of Famers T. J. Cloutier, Chip Reese, Stu Ungar, Jack Keller, and 1992 WSOP Main Event winner Hamid Dastmalchi.Super Bowl of Poker-Wikipedia
  • The group included Ted Forrest, Jennifer Harman, Minh Ly, Doyle Brunson, Todd Brunson, Howard Lederer, David Grey, Chip Reese, Gus Hansen, Phil Ivey, Barry Greenstein, Lyle Berman and others.The Professor, the Banker, and the Suicide King-Wikipedia
  • Phil Ivey, Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan, Shawn Sheikhan, David 'Chip' Reese, 'The Mouth' Matusow, Kenna James, Wei Seng 'Paul' Phua, and Dan Bilzerian.David Chesnoff-Wikipedia
  • This time he fell short to Chip Reese.1988 Super Bowl of Poker-Wikipedia
  • In 1973 he came to Las Vegas as the partner of Chip Reese.Dan Robison-Wikipedia
  • “Guys like Benny Binion, Doyle Brunson and Chip Reese really held Terry in high esteem,' states World Series of Poker bracelet winner and former Irish Olympic swimmer Donnacha O'Dea. 'He’d give them great odds, better than any American bookie would give, but he still made sure he had a 20% edge.'Irish Poker Open-Wikipedia
  • Poker Hall of Famers Chip Reese and Billy Baxter both made runs at various titles, but neither succeeded in winning their events.1985 Super Bowl of Poker-Wikipedia
  • Notable Dartmouth alumni of Beta Theta Pi include but are not limited to: former US Representative from New Hampshire Frank G. Clarke, author Norman Maclean, former Governor of New Hampshire Walter R. Peterson '47, businessman Alan Reich '52, former Dartmouth President David T. McLaughlin '54, owner of the Cincinnati BengalsMike Brown '57, founder of the Big East ConferenceDave Gavitt '59, former Athletic Director of Syracuse UniversityJake Crouthamel '60, member of College Football Hall of Fame and Chief Executive Officer of the Hanover Company Murry Bowden '71, professional poker player Chip Reese '73, Politician Joel Hyatt '72, US Congressman John Carney '78, college football coach Buddy Teevens '78, former NFL football coach Dave Shula'81, former NFL quarterback Jeff Kemp '81, Olympic skier Tiger Shaw '85, former NFL quarterback Jay Fiedler '94, actor Brian J. White '96.Dartmouth College Greek organizations-Wikipedia
  • Four of the final six players (Jack Keller, Stu Ungar, T. J. Cloutier, and Chip Reese) have all been inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame.1990 Super Bowl of Poker-Wikipedia

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