Hasan Habib

Hasan Habib ( born April 19, 1962 in Karachi, Pakistan ) is a professional American poker players.

In his early years, Hasan was in Pakistan national champion in tennis. At eighteen, he moved to the United States where he studied business administration at the University of Redlands. He was also owner of an international video rental chain. In 1985 he began playing poker and three years later he participated in the first tournament.

In the $ 25,000 Championship at the World Poker Tour in 2004, he finished second behind Martin De Knijff and won 1,372,223 U.S. dollars. Finally, he won a bracelet in the $ 1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi -Lo Split tournament and 93.060 U.S. dollar prize at the World Series of Poker 2004.

In October 2005, Habib won by his online pseudonym Snow Leopard, a $ 530 No Limit Texas Hold 'em tournament at the World Championship of Online Poker. He succeeded over a field of 3,062 players to win and he won 306,200 U.S. dollars.

The next year, he managed to come back to the final table of the $ 25,000 WPT Championship Tournament. He was eliminated in third place and won 896 375 U.S. dollars.

By 2013, he has won 24 times money at the World Series of Poker, he was second in the $ 2,500 Omaha High / Low tournament in 2000, and fourth in the $ 10,000 No Limit Hold'em Main Event in the same year, where he 326,000 U.S. dollars won. In 2010, he again achieved a very good result at the Main Event of the WSOP with 14th place and $ 500,165.

To date, he has won more than 5,465,000 U.S. dollars in poker tournaments.

Bracelets World Series of Poker