Chris Reslock

Name: Chris Reslock
Nickname:
Current Residence: Atlantic City, N.J., United States
Birth Place: Chicago, Ill.
Beating one of the industry’s best players, Phil Ivey, minutes into heads-up, Reslock won his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet in the pro-heavy $5,000 Seven-Card Stud championship in 2007,
In 1993, at Chicago city, when betings was legalized in the city,  “Chris the Cabby”  born in Atlantic City, where he worked as a cab driver before discovering $10/$20 Hold’em diversions,
He became so good at poker more than driving cabs. nevertheless, Reslock wanted something to fall back on, should he ever be sent to the rail enduringly.
So, Reslock parked his cab near the casino and didn’t come back again to driving.
Instead Reslock starts driving “talents” in the Atlantic City poker stages.
His testimony in the city is imposing, including numerous play-offs winnigss and innumerable final tables at casinos in his hometown since 2000.
His first position results in the city include: the U.S. Poker Championship $500 Seven-Card Stud event in 2001, $500 No-Limit Hold’em and $500 Limit Seven-Card Stud at the 2003 Tropicana Poker Championship Series, $500 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo at the Showdown at the Sands that same year, $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em at the 2006 WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP)C Harrah’s incident, in addition of $750 No-Limit Hold’em and $300 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Eight-or-Better at the 2006 Trump Poker Classic.
However, the major remarkable event, is Reslock’s first-place finish in the 2005 WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) competition circuit in Atlantic City.
The $335,000 circuit incident payday is Chris the Cabby’s main cash till date, trumping even the $258,000 that escorted his gold bracelet.
Trivia
Holder of the gold bracelet from the World Series of Poker $5,000 Seven-Card Stud championship
Has won nine games in his hometown of Atlantic City since 2000 and has final tabled at more others
Famed Phil Ivey from when he was playing poker under a false name and ID as a teen
Former cab driver who leaves his career to play poker

Name: Chris Reslock

Nickname:

Current Residence: Atlantic City, N.J., United States

Birth Place: Chicago, Ill.

Beating one of the industry’s best players, Phil Ivey, minutes into heads-up, Reslock won his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet in the pro-heavy $5,000 Seven-Card Stud championship in 2007,

In 1993, at Chicago city, when betings was legalized in the city,  “Chris the Cabby”  born in Atlantic City, where he worked as a cab driver before discovering $10/$20 Hold’em diversions,

He became so good at poker more than driving cabs. nevertheless, Reslock wanted something to fall back on, should he ever be sent to the rail enduringly.

So, Reslock parked his cab near the casino and didn’t come back again to driving.

Instead Reslock starts driving “talents” in the Atlantic City poker stages.

His testimony in the city is imposing, including numerous play-offs winnigss and innumerable final tables at casinos in his hometown since 2000.

His first position results in the city include: the U.S. Poker Championship $500 Seven-Card Stud event in 2001, $500 No-Limit Hold’em and $500 Limit Seven-Card Stud at the 2003 Tropicana Poker Championship Series, $500 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo at the Showdown at the Sands that same year, $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em at the 2006 WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP)C Harrah’s incident, in addition of $750 No-Limit Hold’em and $300 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Eight-or-Better at the 2006 Trump Poker Classic.

However, the major remarkable event, is Reslock’s first-place finish in the 2005 WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) competition circuit in Atlantic City.

The $335,000 circuit incident payday is Chris the Cabby’s main cash till date, trumping even the $258,000 that escorted his gold bracelet.

Trivia

Holder of the WSOP gold bracelet (the World Series of Poker) $5,000 Seven-Card Stud championship

Has won nine games in his hometown of Atlantic City since 2000 and has final tabled at more others

Famed Phil Ivey from when he was playing poker under a false name and ID as a teen

Former cab driver who leaves his career to play poker

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