World Series of Poker
Gordon played for the first time in the main event at the World Series of Poker in 2001 and was promptly Fourth, for which he received $ 400,000. A year later he made two final tables and ever once in sixth and third parties. He was in the $ 1,500 No Limit Hold'em ( Shootout ) Event Third 2005. Although Phil Gordon has already reached some more money finishes, he could still win a bracelet. Currently there are his revenue at the World Series of Poker at $ 824,234. His last success at the WSOP money he had in 2010.
Gordon came in 2002 at a tournament of the World Poker Tour final table before he could win a tournament in March 2004.
Phil Gordon has appeared in various television tournaments, such as Poker After Dark and NBC's National Heads-Up Poker Championship. Currently are its total revenue by official tournaments at 2.7 million U.S. dollars.
Journalism and Literature
Gordon was a member of the poker group Tiltboys.
He went further on in several television and radio broadcasts, had the poker as a theme. He also wrote for popular poker magazine columns.
He also wrote already several books ( Phil Gordon's Little Green Book, Phil Gordon's Little Blue Book, The Real Deal: Insider tips from the co -host of "Celebrity Poker Showdown ," Tales from the Tiltboys ) and commented on a DVD for poker beginners.
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- Gordon was involved in the 1990s on the high-tech company Netsys Technologies start-up, which was sold in September 1996 for $ 79 million to Cisco Systems.
- Gordon founded an organization committed to the support of cancer patients.
- He is 2.06 meters tall.
- Phil Gordon is married.