David Grey

David Grey is an American professional poker player.

Grey is known as a cash game specialist. He has performed, among others, in the 2nd season of the American television series High Stakes Poker. Grey has made some tournament success for themselves.

In the years 1999 and 2005, David Grey could ever win a bracelet at the World Series of Poker. In addition, he reached the eighth place in the Main Event in 2003. Having been eliminated by the eventual winner Chris Moneymaker, Grey received $ 160,000 for this success.

David Grey played with in various television tournaments, including Poker Superstars, Poker After Dark, where he was able to take second place behind Daniel Negreanu.

Currently are its revenue at $ 1.5 million through official poker tournaments.

Bracelets World Series of Poker