Jennifer Harman

Jennifer Harman ( born November 29, 1964 in Reno, Nevada ) is a professional American poker player. It is considered a cash game player, but has made ​​a name for itself in tournaments.


Harman grew up in Reno, Nevada and began with eight years of playing poker when her father asked her to represent him at the table. Already in her youth, chronic kidney problems were diagnosed, which required a kidney transplant. After high school, she studied at the University of Nevada in Reno. In 2004, Harman a one-year break to conduct an additional transplantation. Jennifer was married to Marco Traniello and close friends with Daniel Negreanu. Before she met Traniello, she was romantically involved with Doyle Brunson temporarily son Todd Brunson and Howard Lederer.

Since its kidney transplant she advertises more attention for organ donation. To this end she founded CODA ( Creating Organ Donation Awareness).


Jennifer Harman is considered the best limit player in the world and is a regular at the Bellagio Casino in Las Vegas to be found in 4000/8000- $ - limit game. Early in her career played Harman exclusively cash games and only started to play later tournament poker. In 2000, she won her first WSOP bracelet in the No Limit Deuce to Seven, even though she had never played this game before. In 2002, she won her second bracelet in Limit Hold'em and was the first woman who won two WSOP tournaments for themselves.

She wrote the chapter on Limit Hold'em in Doyle Brunson's Super System II She was a member of Team Full Tilt.

Currently are their revenues at $ 2.6 million through official poker tournaments.

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