Aussie Poker in WSOP 2013

Born on March 11,1966,in Lebanon,Joe Hachem and his family wererelocated to Melbourne, Australia at the age of six. All his schooling was done in Australia and he worked awfully hard and at last became a chiropractor. On the age of 13 he came to know that he had a tough blood ailmentaffecting the blood vessels in thehands. Even with all these mental stress, it is the determination made him the successful man. He also ran a brokerage firm in Victoria, and at that time he startedto play great game of poker.

Before attending the WSOP 2005, Joe had spent a good period in casinos of Australia playing poker.It included high-profile games at the Crown Casino in Melbourne and all over the Australian circuit. In WSOP of 2005, Joe had outburstmore than 5,000 players, and won $7,500,000, whichwas the largest tournament prize any player had ever won. Soon, he became popular in the country, which always embraced sports, and become a celebrity from then.

Later in 2005, Hachem made the final war of a World Series of Poker circuit eventat the Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. In 2006, Hachem won $2,207,575

In 2006, he won an amount of $2,207,575 and his first World Poker Tour title. The triumphhe made makes him the only player among the five others to win a World Series of Poker main event and a World Poker Tour championship.

As of July 2012, Hachem’s total live tournament winnings exceed $11,700,000, more than $7.9 million of which comes from the World Series of Poker events. The Hendon Mob, a website which tracks tournament poker players made him ninth in the list of all-time greats. He defeated total 5618 players till now and looking to do the same job in WSOP 2013which may be a threat for both veterans and novices in poker field.

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