Isaac WestmenloAA Baron
Isaac Baron is widely recognized as a top cash and tournament player on the internet poker scene. In 2007, Isaac was awarded the CardPlayer Online Player of The Year. In his career in poker, Isaac Baron has pocketed more than $3 million in prize money, won 13 titles, and has become among the world’s most famous on the internet poker scene. The most notable of Isaac’s wins came from his participation in the PokerStars Sunday Million, Full Tilt $750,000 Guarantee, and PokerStars $200 Rebuy tournaments. While Baron has been focusing his attention on cash games and live tournaments, he remains an enigma in winning any tournament he participates in. Recent European Poker Tour Final Table performance earned Isaac Baron nearly $1,000,000 and confirmed his status among the top live or online tournament poker players.
Alex AJKHoosier1 Kamberis
With more than $3,300,000 of career poker wins, AJKHoosier1 is undeniably on the top poker players’ online list. Alex began the game in 2006, and, after an impressive beginning to his career in 2007, he burst into the poker world in 2008, raking in just 2.8 million dollars of tournament winnings.
The year 2008 was AJKHoosier1’s. He won named the CardPlayer Online Player of the Year. He has amassed 122 amounts of cash and nine titles during his brief career. Like many top online poker players, Alex has begun to participate in live poker tournaments and is sure to be the most difficult player in any live or online poker event he participates in.
Shaun Deeb is the current leading player in the CardPlayer Online Player of the Year contest and has been among the best online poker players over the last few years. Deeb recently racked up the $75,000 Guarantee and is 2nd at the PokerStars Super Tuesday and Full Tilt Poker Sunday Brawl. In his career as a poker player, Shaun Deeb has already amassed more than 2,000,000 dollars in tournament wins, 20 titles in poker, and an amazing 120 amounts of cash. Deeb is not just extremely skilled but is also known as a professional poker player who is said to play 30 tournaments per day on average.
Annette Obrestad has already etched her name in poker history by winning in 2007. World Series of Poker Europe Main Event. Annette_15 is not old enough to participate in live poker tournaments in the America United States, making her $3,400,000 in professional poker tournament wins even more remarkable. Annette Obrestad has also famously been the winner of a sit-n-go tournament while only looking through her decks once. One of the most famous stories of Annette_15 is that she has turned the money earned through freerolls into millions of dollars without making any deposits to an online poker website. Annette_15 hasn’t matched her previous dominance at tournaments in the last two years. However, the legend will keep growing.
Kevin BeL0WaB0Ve Saul is regarded as one of the biggest players in the early days of poker tournaments online. Kevin Saul parlayed his early online success into a $13,000,000 prize during the 2007 Bellagio Cup and a WPT title. BeL0WaB0Ve and a few other groups of tournament players started aggressively playing and dominating the tournaments on the internet in the past few years. The other field of tournaments online were made to alter their game, and the result is that tournament players use more bluffs of 3 and 4 bets and have reduced their calling and raising ranges considerably. BeL0WaB0Ve has helped take tournament poker to the next level, and typically, it fails early or is a contender to win the crown. Kevin Saul’s dominance in poker online may be waning. However, he is an important player on the live poker stage in.
Jon PearlJammer Turner
After a modest start to his career between 2005 and 2006, Jon PearlJammer Turner has become one of the most successful live and online poker tournament players. PearlJammer has more than $2,000,000 in earnings from poker and is currently ranked high in both the online and live player of The Year Leaderboards. Jon impressed the people of Full Tilt Poker enough to be awarded a sponsorship deal. He is listed in red on the site with the title Full Tilt Professional. In addition to his nine wins in his career, PearlJammer has 138 amounts of cash, which includes two final tables at the 2009 World Series of Poker. Jon is a versatile player who excels at mixed games and No-Limit Hold’em. PearlJammer is a double threat in the years ahead with the possibility of being awarded the player of the Year and Online Player of the Awards of the Year. In 2008, PearlJammer and fellow internet players Eric Rizen Lynch and Jon Apestyles Van Fleet published Winning Poker Tournaments One Hand at a time, Volume I, a guide about online tournament strategies.
Steve Gboro780 Gross
Gboro780 is currently the 2nd-ranked player in 2009’s CardPlayer Online Player of the Year Race. Gboro780 is quickly climbing into the upper echelons of online poker and holds nearly $2,000,000 in tournament wins to his credit. Most of the money was won by Steve Gross between 2008 and 2009, earning more than a million dollars in winnings every year. Plenty of players in the last five years were shooting stars but then went to fame and fortune at live tournaments or have flopped completely; however, Gboro780 has been consistently one of the top poker players online over the last few years. Gboro780 has 16 wins under his belt and a staggering total of 124 amounts of cash in his career to date. The possibilities are endless for Gboro780, and there could become an internet player of the Year prize shortly.
Adam Roothlus Levy
The poker star gained a lot of attention during his participation in the World Series of Poker with his impressive finish in the Main Event and his interactions with the poker brat, Phil Hellmuth. Adam has more than $2 million in winnings from poker, including four titles and 112 amounts of cash up to now. Roothlus has accomplished some of the biggest accomplishments in online poker tournament history, including two final tables over five weeks and participating in the PokerStars Sunday Millions. Its size is staggering. Sunday Millions regularly breaks 5,000 participants. The only event size to the WSOP Main Event and Roothlus has regularly cashed and tabled in some of the biggest tournaments.
Cliff JohnnyBax Joseph
One of the most well-known online poker players is JohnnyBax. In the early days of JohnnyBax’s career, it was believed that he would be one of, if not the top players at online poker tournaments. Joseph began his online poker career at the age of 2004. He has consistently been named a top-ranking of top online players for years. While his focus has shifted to his poker-training website, PokerXFactor, JohnnyBax’s 2005 World Series of Poker bracelet and $2,700,000 in winnings over his career and his famed status of one of online poker’s first stars will ensure that he continues to be considered one of the most famous players in the game played online.
Darrell Gigabet Dicken
Gigabit is perhaps the most well-known player on the internet to date. Gigabit started his career online, winning online tournaments before turning his attention toward live tournaments. The deep runs he has made in the World Series of Poker and World Poker Tour Events in the last couple of years proved that his skills are adaptable to live poker too. Gigabit has been awarded four titles, including the WSOP Circuit Event victory and WPT Championship. From 2005 to 2007, Gigabit was the most dominant player in the poker world online. However, the last couple of years have seen him drastically reduce his participation in tournaments, and he is no longer in the running to take home the Online Player of the Year awards. Gigabit remains an icon in the world of online poker. However, he should still be a live threat at any tournament he participates in.