The poker gambling landscape is copious with opportunities for poker players to be catapulted to fame alongside raking in plethora earnings.
Can Kim Hua who is a Vietnamese American professional player who joined the waging industry to leverage endless opportunities and now among the most influential player at the global scale. What has cemented his reputation is not minting medals but strategically taking home sizeable amounts in every game he throws his ha in. His resume is rich with interesting results for his participation, having final tabled at the World Series of Poker and the World Poker Tour three times and has accumulated earnings exceeding $2.7 million winnings.
What gives Hua the fortitude is his robust participation in high-profile events at the global plane. He has incessantly played for six years in the money in above a hundred events, with formidable performance. In 2002, he placed fifth at the WPT Season I Legends of Poker. In 2004, he played at the World Poker Tour Season II World Poker Open taking home more than $500,000.
Hua is indefatigable when he plays, in 2004, he pushed for a five-way pact to divide the bucks and compete for the medal in a first round tournament in the California’s State Poker Championship. When the trophy for that event was unveiled, Hua adored it imperceptibly. He declined to endorse the pact and compelled his co-players to declare him winner and walk away with the trophy. In 2006, he emerged 6th at the World Poker Tour Season V Festa Al Lago event. Later in 2009, he plunged into the WSOP Main Event where he finished in the 393 position to garner a fair $27,469. In a subsequent WSOP Main Event in 2009, he placed 531 to take home $27,519.
In 2010 hitherto, his entire live tournament earnings were estimated to be above a whacking $2,700,000. If Hua plays in future, there are numerous opportunities to harness as to enlarge his bankroll and also bolster his standing.