Ted Forrest

Ted Forrest ( * September 24, 1964 in Syracuse, New York) is a professional American poker player, who currently lives in Las Vegas.

Ted Forrest won three bracelets at the World Series of Poker 1993. Thereafter, he focused for a long time completely to cash games. In 2004 he returned to the WSOP and celebrated with two more bracelets a great success. Since then, the Seven Card Stud specialist has increasingly focused on Hold'em and made ​​some excellent rankings in the WPT and PPT.

In March 2006, Forrest won the National Heads-Up Poker Championship. He beat on his way to the title: Erik Seidel, Chad Brown, Ernie Dureck, Sam Farha, Shahram Sheikhan, Chris Ferguson and won the grand prize of half a million U.S. dollars.

In March 2007, Forrest won a tournament on the World Poker Tour in San Jose and a cash prize in the amount of 1.1 million U.S. dollars.

Forrest usually plays at the highest available limits in poker. He was an important part of a group of players who put their money together to play heads-up against the billionaire Andrew Beal. The match took place at the Bellagio and had limits of $ 50,000 and $ 100,000.

He reached the second round for the second season of Poker Superstars. In High Stakes Poker, he was seen in the first two seasons.

To date, he has won over $ 6.0 million in poker tournaments.

Bracelets World Series of Poker