Los Angeles-based poker pro Brian Nadell had a great week at the Los Angeles Poker Classic (LAPC). On Monday, January 16th – he cashed in the No. 4: $ 350 Pot-Limit Omaha 8 or Better.
The next 3 days on Thursday, January 19, he made the final table of Event No. 8: $ 350 Omaha 8 / Stud 8 or Better. This is not surprising. Nadell has been playing cards since she was a kid, but in her early 20s she will be playing a game of poker once a week where you can bet up to $ 3. She says she plays every week and has never lost.
His first entry into the casino was in August 1987. He stumbled over the loss of his father when a colleague asked to arrive at the Bicycle Club in Bell Gardens, California to visit poker88.
On that first tour, he played Stud Hi-Low for $ 15 / $ 30 and won $ 3,300. GamingToday columnist Robert Turner is responsible for bringing the game to Bike. Nadell and Turner have been friends ever since.
Eight years later, Turner made the first Legends of Poker for Bicycles in 1995 and made Nadell the legendary Legend of Poker for the Omaha competition.
Turner said, “We have a really well-known pool of elite poker players. Nadell is a great host and ambassador for the game of poker as he is a really passionate individual and a great promoter of the Omaha game. ”
In 1996, Nadell moved back to Las Vegas and played high limit poker at Mirage. In Vegas, he had success playing at the WSOP. 1999 was a truly amazing year.
It ranks 13th on the Razz Seven-Card for $ 1,500, second in Hi-Low 8 or Better Seven- $ 2,500 Stud Card and 15th in Razz $ 1,500.
He makes a thrilling comeback on the show Study. It got down to one black chip, but went on to snatch 2nd place for $ 85,000. This could be a close story for Nadell and the WSOP.
Nadell explains he has made the last 11 tables and, at one time, held the record for making the most finals table at the WSOP without having won a bracelet.
He has made millions playing poker, but he is no ordinary poker player. He is running for the US Senate in 2010. He brings passion to everything he does. He’s one to see this year at the World Series of Poker this summer.