Josh Arieh Online video Ranking: 5 / 5
Peter Vilandos was born in Texas. Peter Vilandos is professional player of poker. He won 3 bracelets in WSOP poker tournaments. Peter Vilandos finished 8 times in final table of WSOP poker Main event and he won 21 cash prizes in WSOP Main events. Peter Vilandos earned 3 cash prizes in World Poker Tour tournaments. He won first bracelet in WSOP $1,500 Hold’em event of 1995 and earned cash prize of $148,500 in that event.
Peter Vilandos won second bracelet in $1,500 Hold’em event of 2009 and he got cash prize of $607,256 in that event. He won 3rd bracelet in WSOP $5,000 Hold’em event of 2012 and earned cash prize of $952,694. Peter Vilandos ranked as 243rd place in All-time Money List. He is quiet good player of poker. In 2014 his total of tournament earning becomes more than $3,132,233. Peter Vilandos won $300 Hold’em event of 1993 and earned cash prize of $40,500. He reached to 2nd place in $1000 Shootout event of 1993 and won cash prize of $21,875 in that event. Peter Vilandos earned 2nd place in Hold’em Championship event of 1993 and won cash prize of $132,750 in that event. He won $1500 pot Limit Hold’em event of 1995 and he got cash prize of $148,500.
Peter Vilandos won Deuce to Seven poker tournament in 1995 and he earned cash prize of $24,500 in that event. He finished in 3rd place of WSOP $5,000 Hold’em tournament and he earned cash prize of $70,800. Peter Vilandos won United States Poker Championship of 1998 and he got cash prize of $19,200 in that event. He reached to 2nd place in Linfa Johnson Challenge event of 2002 and earned cash prize of $37,170 in that event. Peter Vilandos earned 2nd place in WSOP Hold’em event and won cash prize of $473,282. He won total 2 cash prizes in WSOP event of 2007. He is successful poker player.
Josh Arieh Online video Score: five / five
Phil Hellmuth was born on 16th July 1964 in America. He is a professional player of poker. He won 13 bracelets in the WSOP main event. He is one of the most successful players of poker. In 1989, he won the WOSP main event as well as earned a cash prize of $755,000. He has nicknamed as ‘poker brat’. In 2014, his total winning of cash prizes became more than $18,175,409. He is among top 10 of the money list of poker players. He is the youngest player of poker who have won the WSOP Main event when he was only 24 years old. In 1992, he won a bracelet in the Hold’Em Main event and earned a cash prize of $168,000.
He finished in final tables of the WSOP main events 50 times as well as he cashed 100 times in the WSOP Main events. He finished at the final table of World poker tour 4 times as well as he cashed 13 times in these events. In 1993, he won three bracelets and won a cash prize of $161,400, $173,000 and $138, 00 and he is one of the successful players of 1993. In 2003, he won two bracelets in the WSOP Main events and won a cash prize of $171,400 and $410,860. He won bracelets in 1997 and 2001 WSOP Main events as well as won the cash prizes of $204,000 and $316,000.
In the Hold’Em Main event of 2006, he won a bracelet as well as won a cash prize of $631,863. In the Hold’Em event of 2007, he won bracelets and won a cash prize of $637,254. In Seven-Card Razz event of 2012, he again won a bracelet as well as won a cash prize of $182,793. He again won the bracelets at the WSOP Hold’Em Main event of 2012 as well as won cash of €1,022,376. He is one of the most successful poker players of America. In 2005, he won national heads-up poker tournament, and he won ‘After Dark’ title in 2006 and earned a cash prize $100,000.
Josh Arieh Movie Score: five / 5
Poker is lucrative and with myriad opportunities that players rely on as a stepping stone to success. The chances to win the game are underpinned on a cluster of equivocal factors. However, some players pivot their success on surmising opponent’s probable moves. One such distinguished player is David Chiu, a Chinese. His campaigns are thought to be catapulted by concentration and reading opponents. His skills on the poker table are substantially dependent on his abilities to deduce with exactitude non-verbal cues of other players. To disprove skeptics on his aptitude in inferring moves, he has participated in global poker platforms where he has scooped four bracelets and stupendous cash.
As of 2014, his trophy case encompassed four golden bracelets. He was conferred his first bracelet at the WSOP $2000 limit-hold’em event. David Chiu went ahead to win another one during the 1998 $3000 LHE. In 2000, he left nothing to chance as he won the $5000 7-Card Stud while the last bracelet piece fortuitously found its way in his trophy portfolio in the 2005 $5000 Omaha High-Low. Besides he has final tabled once at the WSOP, finishing third. Up to now, he has amassed $2.5m in live events and is known to be a profound Texas Hold’em player internationally. The WSOP is arduous, with eliminations and multitudes of players who inundate play, his resume is top-notch.
The Global Poker Index ranked him 39th and 76th on 2009 and 2010 respectively. With his intrinsic abilities for inferences based on body language, he is balanced to garner more cash or a fifth bracelet. His focus should now be on main events at the WPT, EPT, WSOP and WCOOP where he can further boost his desirable reputation. With an immaculate resume, his abilities to win cannot be overlooked; David Chiu is among the superstars who tend to infuse casinos with suspense. He is among the best players, four bracelets help keep him top-notch