Phil Gordon

Phil Gordon ( born June 6, 1970) is an American professional poker player. He currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Poker career

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.

World Poker Tour

Gordon came in 2002 at a tournament of the World Poker Tour final table before he could win a tournament in March 2004.

Other tournaments

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.

Find out more

  • 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.