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Daniel becoming the 2nd Best Philanthropist

Daniel who happens to be the amazing poker player is also a good human being. After playing the poker game with all the zeal and with all the passion is now working for the welfare of the society.

In a recent donation event organized by the poker community witnessed some amazing big donations from a lot of good players. All these players came forward and give some generous donations to the community known as Drop Foundation.

The poker community is adamant about the development of the world and hence they are working hard and are also generating generously to make people acquire a good life. Read more »

Daniel Christopher Squeezes bucks in Top-Notch Tournaments

The World Series of Poker is a globally recognized platform where poker players try their luck by facing numerous pros in the game. Winning a bracelet brings in the highly coveted prize and substantial amounts to a player.

Daniel Christopher Alaei was principally playing No Limit Texas Hold’Em until he tried he notched a WSOP bracelet in 2006. Since then, he has played at the initial seasons at the High Stakes Poker with excellent performance. Despite the fact that he has not won poker tournaments incessantly, Alaei has struggled to ensure he does not walk home empty-handed and counting losses at WSOP and other major poker tournaments.

In 2007, he had cashed in the WSOP Main Event emerging 25th out of an army of 6, 5358 entrants and raking in $333,490. However, in 2009 he outpaced a pool of 329 contestants to win the World Poker Tour Doyle Brunson Five Diamond Classic to take home $1,428,430. At the 2010 WSOP, Alaei emerged seventh in the USD 50,000 Player Championship Event to take home $221,105 prior to winning a third WSOP bracelet to defeat 345 entrants in the $10,000 Pot Limit (Omaha Championships) for a colossal 780,599. Undoubtedly, when Alaei ventures into poker events, he ensures he leaves the arenas his pockets full, though the trove may slip his fingers. In the 2013 WSOP, he clinched another bracelet; this is the fourth in his trophy portfolio which came in a $10,000 pot limit Omaha Championship’s to acquire $852,692.

Also notable in his intermittent cash earnings is the Big 1 for 1 Drop Super High Roller Main Event for a whacking $173,723. Viewed via a pecuniary prism, his total live events winnings were beyond $6,354,445 with a total of twenty cashes that have given him $2,535,621. Alaei’s approach is underpinned on enriching his bankroll as a fulcrum for his playing tactics; this is exemplary for players who want to earn more bucks through poker.