Top 10 Poker Players - The Legends of Poker
J T Cloutier
One of the most well respected players in the tournament scene, T.J. has written a book called 'Championship No-Limit and Pot-Limit Hold'em'. Among his many accomplishments, T.J. was the all-time leading money winner at the World Series of Poker in 2001
Phil is a well known character in the poker community. He has a record 11 WSOP Bracelets, including the 1989 WSOP No Limit Hold'em Main event. Also Known as the Poker Brat
Rising to international recognition with his WSOP main event victory in 1987, and again in 1988, Johnny Chan continues to be one of the most recognized names in poker. Also Know As The Oriental Express.
Miami John Cernuto
Miami once claimed his nick name brings him luck, because after he took on the name he entered the 1988 Superbowl of Poker and won his first big pot and the seven-card-stud title. It seems as though he was right (although we believe a fair amount of skill was involved too) and has continued to rise in stature in the poker scene.
(2003) he has won the Heads Up Poker Tournament in Vienna, beat 381 players at the L.A. Poker Classic in Event #5 at No Limit Hold'em - winning the tournament and over $70,000, he won $23,000 in event #17 at the Legends of Poker, and placed fourth in the Limit 7-Card Stud Championship in the United States Poker Championship at Trump Taj Mahal.
Thuan "Scotty" Nguyen
Nicknamed "The Prince", Scotty took the WSOP championship title in 1998 and is among the highest earning players of all time. Also Famous for saying "thats Poker Baby"
Nicknamed "Texas Dolly", Doyle has 10 WSOP bracelets to his name and has already been inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. Author of the bible of poker "Super System 1 + 2"
Stu Ungar is considered by many contemporaries to be the greatest No Limit Hold'em player of all time, with three WSOP championship titles to his credit.
Erik is a highly accomplished player and placed second to Johnny Chan in spectacular form during the 1988 WSOP championship event.
Johhny Chan V Erik Seidel - Poker Clip
Johnny Moss is known as the "Grand Old Man" of poker. He has won the World Series of World Championship three times. . Winner of the first and 2nd WSOP.
Amarillo Slim' Preston
Amarillo Slim, Poker Ambassador and non-stop source of Tall Tales, has been competing in WSOP events since their inception, with a number of bracelets to his credit. Had The Amarillos Slim Super Bowl Of Poker, considered the 2nd best poker tournament only to the World Series Of Poker.