If you are contemplating joining poker, it is one of the most profitable gambling games that you can venture in but the chances of winning, highly unpredictable. Due to the improbabilities involved, experienced gurus and whiz kids are inclined to win as well as lose in any tournaments that they may venture. Perusal of Hans J. “Tuna” Lund resume demonstrates this, winning here and losing there but depending on your efforts and skills.
Lund is American-based, his trophy case encompasses twin World Series of Poker bracelets and has also performed fairly in other events where he has thrown his hat in. His career stretches to the late 1970s starting with a bracelet at the WOSP in 1977 in a $1,500 NLHE Main Event alongside $46,800. He reappeared in the WSOP again in 1988 where he placed second.
Lund has a penchant for World Series of Poker Circuits; he continued joining the events and played in 1990 in a heads-up battle where he finished second in his heat to Mansour Matloubi. He had finishes in the money from 1991 to 2007 while his second bracelet came in the 1996 WSOP $1,500 Ace-to-Five-Draw tournament that came with a grand prize of $71,400.
Additionally, Lund has clinched a watch at the Hall of Fame, is winner of the Super Bowl of Poker tournament and was feted Best All-Around Player Award, Diamond Jim Brady event. His resurgence on the WPT in 2007 saw him place 20th in the L.A Poker Classic and a 15th position in the Bay 101 Shooting Star. Lund also cashed continuously from 2006 to 2007 WSOP circuit tournaments and once in the Five Diamond World Classic event.
His overall live tournament earnings are beyond $2,900,000 while his twenty-two cashes account for over $1,079,504 in those earnings. Though his wins at the WSOP came when grand prizes were meager, his continued efforts have enabled him to enrich his bankroll.