The World Series of Poker has now attained a global bent and attracts all and sundry from every corner of the world. However, this has not provided leeway for players from less-developed-countries while some states even in the US have made stricter rules to rein in gambling. Though the game has faced countless handicaps, there are players who are always eager to leverage existing opportunities.
Benjamin Lamb who is an American-based whiz poker player is among the players who have grabbed diminishing chances to rake in earnings while bolstering his standing in the poker industry. Among his significant accomplishments is his 2011 WSOP Player of the Year award, four main event’s final tables and has one bracelet from the World Series of Poker.
First, Lamb won the US Poker Championship $500 NLHE that attracted 400 entrants for the $60,000 grand prize. In 2010, he won the Spring Championship of Online Poker $109 NLHE event where he outlasted 4,204 contesters to take home $66,003.97. Continue reading “Benjamin Lamb lengthy poker career promises more goodies for him”