Thomas Keller

Thomas Keller Thomas Keller – Poker Player
Name: Thomas Keller
Current Residence: Phoenix, Ariz.
Birth Place: Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
Thomas Keller with nickname “Thunder.” Is the first performer who saw the light of day in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and went on to earn a degree in economics from Stanford University.
He traveled to Arizona after his economics graduation and rapidly recognized himself as the king of poker in the Phoenix-area, in a hurry ascending from $15-$30 diversions to $50-$100 diversions.
By the time he was 22, Thunder was playing in the top limit competition in Arizona.
Performers who had been playing alive with him, recognized his great talent.
An Arizona local citizen, named “Shoe” said: “Thunder is the world best young poker performer. I have played with him fifty times, and fifty times he won.
Never in my life, I have seen such incredible giant.”
Thunder is known to have strike the competition with such stability that at one point he had all of the casino’s $100 chips hided in the case of his car since he didn’t feel like cashing out.
There came a day when the large cash competition players wanted to play poker, so Thunder sold off supports of $100 chips to them, $10,000 at a time, just from the back of his car.
At the 2004, when Thunder won a gold bracelet World Series of Poker, he was only 23 years.
On his way to championing the No-Limit Hold’em incident, Thunder strike champions such Chris Moneymaker, Johnny Chan, Howard Lederer, and Devilfish Ulliot…
May be, thunder is the world best young poker performer.
Trivia
One of the youngest competitors to ever win a WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) gold bracelet
Holds a degree in economics from Stanford University

Thomas Keller Thomas Keller – Poker Player

Name: Thomas Keller

Current Residence: Phoenix, Ariz.

Birth Place: Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States

Thomas Keller, so known by the name of  ”Thunder” is the leading performer who saw the day light of Ann Arbor, Michigan, as he went on to earn his degree in economics from Stanford University.

He traveled to Arizona after his economics graduation and rapidly recognized himself as the king of poker in the Phoenix-area, in a hurry ascending from $15-$30 diversions to $50-$100 diversions.

By the time he was 22, Thunder was playing in the top limit competition in Arizona.

Performers who had been playing alive with him, recognized his great talent.

An Arizona local citizen, named “Shoe” said: “Thunder is the world best young poker performer. I have played with him fifty times, and fifty times he won.

Never in my life, I have seen such incredible giant.”

Thunder is known to have strike the competition with such stability that at one point he had all of the casino’s $100 chips hided in the case of his car since he didn’t feel like cashing out.

There came a day when the large cash competition players wanted to play poker, so Thunder sold off supports of $100 chips to them, $10,000 at a time, just from the back of his car.

At the 2004, when Thunder won a gold bracelet World Series of Poker, he was only 23 years.

On his way to championing the No-Limit Hold’em incident, Thunder strike champions such Chris Moneymaker, Johnny Chan, Howard Lederer, and Devilfish Ulliot…

May be, thunder is the world best young poker performer.

Trivia

One of the youngest competitors to ever win a WORLD SERIES OF POKER (WSOP) gold bracelet

Holds a degree in economics from Stanford University

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