• Name: Raymond Rahme
• Current Residence: Johannesburg, South Africa
In 2007, in an initial World Series of Poker instant, Raymond Rahme became the first African to come into view at a Major Episode final table, and the first top-five finalists when he won third and its $3 million-plus award.
While Rahme isn’t well recognized on the North American track, the 62-year-old expert has been all-encompassing competitions in his national South Africa.
In his plot, Rahme came first and second in two main proceedings, without noticing the fourth-place final in the prime competition ever held on his dwelling continent, the All Africa Poker challenge.
At the 2007 WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) Main poker event, it was from side to side that contest that Rahme won his place, where he went into the finish table graded fourth in chips.
Though, if the years of experience add up, the South African would be on peak.
For 30 years, Rahme has been playing Stud poker and won Hold’em two years before.
Rahme is married and has six children.
He is owner and operates a bed-and-breakfast motel before introverted.
• Won third position and more than $3 million in winnings at the 2007 WSOP WORLD SERIES OF POKER Main Event
• First African to be shown at a World Series of Poker Main Event finish table
• At 62 was the unique senior at the 2007 poker championship finish table
• Is married with six children