The Versatile Poker Player in Live and Virtual Poker

Texas Hold’em poker is encapsulated in the WSOP championships as the variant of the game. Many players who are brilliant in this variant have won various events to walk away with a walloping jackpot. The game is also included in the World Poker Tour as the variant of the entire tournament. Joseph Cheong is one of the pros who have inclinations for poker whether it is live events or online, he plays the Texas Hold’em with impeccable tactics. Perhaps this is why he rose to prominence within a short time since he entered into wagering. He has cashed at WSOP tournaments and Deep Stack circuits, but it was not until 2010 that he sailed through to the final table at WSOP, November 9.

Among his excellent wins includes his second place at the WSOP 2014 Event-45 taking home $55,309. At the WSOP Pot-Limit Hold’em, June 2014 he was 40th and went home with $3,421. His efforts were also noticeable at the 45th WSOP Event 6 Shootout NLHE as he placed 67th, gaining $4,411. Nevertheless, although struggling to get his scores right, he has managed first position in two events. This includes the Bellagio 5 NLHE High-Roller, May 23, 2014 and the High-Roller 5 NLHE, April 1earning $236,400 and $295,500 severally. Still commendable is his second position at the Bellagio $25k High-Roller 2& 1 NLHE, January 19, 2014.

With his intrinsic skills in Texas Hold’em, he has placed 13th at the January, 2014 Pokerstars.com EPT (Caribbean Adventure) and got $3,300. He was also 14th at the same event on January, scooping $2,260. At the 2013 Deep Stack Extravaganza 4 NLHE, he was seventeenth and went home with $7,348. With his total earnings and accolades at various events, he is inclinations are for a superior win like the gold bracelet and first place prize.