• Name: Ernest Bennett
• Current Residence: Encino, Calif.
• Birth Place: Canada
Ernest Bennett said: “Aggressive poker – that’s the unique way I know how to play,”.
Aggressive playing , is a bit risky and needs luck in reference to Ernest’s declaration; he deserves a World Series of Poker bracelet winner and sit on the world poker map.
Bennett, born in Canada, moved to the United States at early age.
He started playing poker in the time of school where he was preparing his B.S. in civil engineering.
Finally, he became the proprietor of a doing well chain of dry cleaners, however, as a hobby, continued playing poker.
In 2002, Bennett started poker more seriously. He perfected his talent by playing regularly with contacts.
In 2004 his efforts lead Bennett to payoff in cash-games.
In 2004, Bennett won the first World Series of Poker.
In 2006, it was his first major No-Limit Hold’em Seniors game.
In 2007, he didn’t go far, and was determinate from trying again.
Bennett made his way to Vegas to try out again the Seniors Championship; He entered into the final table with guns burning, using his violent approach to govern the table.
Finally, we can conclude that Bennett got the “bracelet” due his bargaining talents.
The heads-up was between him and Tony Korfman, author of Texas Hold’em Poker – Tournaments, Cash Games and Embarrassing Social Gas and the Playing to Win Gaming Series.
Instead of playing hardly, the two rivals decided to carry the pot down the middle:
It was Bennett who got the bracelet and came back home.
Bennett said to PokerIce.com. “I really wanted the bracelet, and I said that earlier to antagonist, but did not care as much.”
• 2007 WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) Seniors Competition champion
• Possessor of a successful chain of dry cleaners