Greg Raymer’s childhood was all about moving one place to another.hoki178 slot His family moved on here and there and Greg was moved in different places with his parents. His birthplace was Minot in North Dakota and he was first moved from his birthplace to Clearwater in Florida. After that he was moved to Missouri’s St. Louis and admitted in Parkway High School. After Greg Raymer finished his learning from that school, he entered into University of Missouri. He has taken chemistry as a major subject of his course in the university.
He then was also a member of an international fraternity called kappa sigma. The poker professional has graduated from the University Of Minnesota Law School in the year 1992. After he passes the law course he practiced as an attorney there for nearly ten years before people know him as the king of poker. After he comes into the world of casino game and established himself as the best, he left his past job because he devotes himself in learning and mastering the game.
In 1999 Greg Raymer was moved to Stonington in Connecticut. He has begun his poker career there at the famous Foxwoods Resort Casino. The most interesting thing is that he was working as an attorney then and he was there in the resort for an official purpose. That was the beginning and he never looks back. In 2001,he first finished a poker event during the World Series of Poker. After that he took part in the World Series of Poker every year.
People witnessed the best playing of Greg Raymer in the 2004 World Series of Poker. Greg Raymer has defeated David Williams in the main event. He has won $5,000,000 as first prize as the winner in the $10,000 no limit Texas hold’em. At present Greg Raymer is one of the representatives of Pokerstars.
Pokerstar is the world’s largest online poker card room and Greg Raymer is in charge of it with Chris Moneymaker who is the champion of 2003 World Series of Poker. Greg Raymer has really devoted his life to learn the casino game and its strategies. This famous casino player has won a total sum of over $5,850,000 in the year of 2007 in all the live tournaments.