Meet The Pros
Find out more about the Pokerstars high rolling professional players.
Originally from Kent in England, Liv Boeree (pictured) is one of the most successful female poker players of all time, with close to $2,000,000 in live tournament earnings. She previously studied at the University of Manchester, achieving a first-class degree in Astrophysics, before going on to find fame as a model and TV presenter on a range of different shows.
Daniel has the greatest live results record ever seen, making him one of the highest-earning tournament players of all time. In 1998 at just 23, he became the youngest ever player at the time to win a World Series bracelet, after taking down the $2,000 Pot Limit Hold’em event. This was to be the start of an incredible run of success at the World Series of Poker, one that still shows no sign of stopping today.
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By 1991, Barry was making so much money from playing poker, he was able to ‘retire’ from his day job and become a fully fledged poker pro. Step forward to today and it’s clearly a decision that’s paid off. There aren’t many players with a list of achievements as long as his, especially at the World Series of Poker* and on the World Poker Tour. In events at the WSOP*, Barry has been at thirteen final tables and made over thirty significant cashes. This includes bracelet wins in 2004’s $5,000 No Limit 2-7 Draw event, the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha event in 2005, and 2008’s $1,500 Seven Card Razz event.
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Victoria first caught the attention of the poker world when she appeared on the legendary Late Night Poker TV show in the UK. As the first program to reveal player's hole cards, it gained cult status, resulting in Victoria and a select group of others becoming household names. Since then, she's found success in major tournaments around the world and is one of the highest earning female players of all time. Her biggest success so far came in 2006, at the London leg of the PokerStars European Poker Tour Season 3. After three days of tough action, she beat 397 of Europe's best players to claim the title and first place prize money of $941,513. She is also a regular face at the famous Victoria Casino in London, frequently cashing in their scheduled tournaments and lively cash games.
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