Poker is overly interesting when played at the top global tournaments where professional players with enviable skills lock horns hailing from different countries. There are players who venture in the casino and do not leave it devoid of accumulating a substantial amount.
One such player who has left a permanent international mark is Dominik Nitsche; he is a Scottish resident but was born in Germany. Unlike those players who specialize in conventional poker, you can share a platform with him as he is equally active in online casinos where he has performed excellently.
His resume encompasses a series of wins and earnings that catapult him to the top in the list of global top-notch events.
In his first live poker event in 2009, he clinched the Latin American Poker Tour to bring in $381,000. Later in 2012 he played at the WSOP to clinch a bracelet by besting a field of 4, 620 players in a $1,000 NLHE tournament to rake in $654,000. Later that year he notched the first place in the World Poker Tour in South Africa. He played again in 2013 to place 4th, however, the 2014 World Series of Poker he took twin bracelets. In the light of his rich resume, one cannot discredit his accomplishments and is poised to rise to global prominence and take German poker a notch up higher. He is among the players who hold latent potential to return for a titanic but successful battle at principal events.
2014 hitherto, he had accumulated live tournament earnings above $3,500, 000. Notably, he has cashed nineteen times in the WSOP and account for $1,995,000. Undoubtedly, his impeccable resume embodies a series of winnings that have seen share table with other top Germanic players. If he plays in international poker circuits, he is poised to outpace entrants in the events.