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Alexander Kravchenko is Russian but boasts shrewdness in poker

The poker arenas are tempting to anyone who throws the hat in the fiercely competitive casino games. The top prize that is garnered from the huge pool of entrants like in the WSOP and the World Poker Tour can be a fortuitous offer for the toughest players who may cash in or final table.

Russians have a penchant for gambling; in fact some players have managed to play at global poker circuits. One poker pro who has risen to the top in the list of Russians is Alexander Kravchenko. He is currently a Moscow denizen and featured in a main event in 2007. His resume interposes remarkable winnings.

In the 2007 WSOP, Alexander had six cashes but has equally won a gold bracelet in a $1,500 Limit Omaha High-Low that saw him take home $228,446. However he made a final table at the World Series of Poker European tournament in the £2,500 Buy-In HORSE tournament that saw him emerge third in Russia’s most –hefty prize pool. Read more »

National Heads-Up Poker Championship 2006 Episode 08 5/5

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Mansour Matloubi plays for casino at all international level

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National Heads-Up Poker Championship 2006 Episode 07 5/5

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Can Kim Hua Resume is cemented by Significant Accomplishments

Some players struggle in the poker arenas to be top-ranked or feted with honorable accolades and sizeable cash amounts. Can Kim Hua is a Vietnamese-American player who has played substantially in the high-profile tournaments that have attracted poker professionals from all corners of the world. He has accomplished significant winnings giving him worldwide popularity.

Hua does not approach the game with infeasible tactics but plays to enlarge his jackpot when he throws his hat in the ring. He plays with the sole purpose of garnering tremendous victories and leveraging poker to bring home a colossal pay. He has final tabled at the WSOP four times while featuring vibrantly in the World Poker Tour, his earnings as of 2014, were rated above $2.7 million.

Recently, Hua had finished his tournaments in the money in a hundred competitions. His first excellent scores came during the WPT 1st Season of Legends of Poker where he placed fifth in 2002. In 2004, he cast his net in the WPT Season II World Poker Open. He also clinched the trophy at the State Poker Championship. On 22nd October 2006, his 6th place in the World Poker Tour V Season at the Festa Al Lago Main Event earned him $89,000. At the 2009 WSOP Main Event, he finished 393rd to rake in $27,469, playing at the same event that year he emerged 531st to pull in $27,519. Hua plays high-profile poker tournaments, though he may not have clenched the evasive gold bracelet and a title, he has earned prodigious amounts in his outstanding performance.

By 2010, his overall live tournaments earnings were above $2,700,000. Subjecting his resume on the anvil of excellent performance, one cannot deny he has made significant achievements. He has an impressive record that you cannot underestimate on the international scale and heralds well for a progressive career.