Bill Boyd (poker player)

Bill Boyd (* 1906, † November 21, 1997 ) was an American professional poker player.

In addition, Boyd is also partly responsible for the rapid spread of variation Omaha Hold'em. Bill Boyd, who was at that time in the cardroom manager of the Golden Nugget, the game offered in 1983, shortly after it invented Robert Turner, the first time.

In 1981 he was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. In his honor he received in 1989, the first poker hand that was given at the Hotel Mirage.

Boyd died in 1997 at the age of 91 years.

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