With the intricacies of poker that pose a tough challenge for players to win or perform well, it is always a daunting task but there are those who have confounded critics by winning amazingly.
Mickey L. Appleman is an American guru poker player who has managed to squirm through the narrow winning path to mint four World Series of Poker bracelets in different game variations. He appeared in the WSOP in 1975 and also leveraged his live events against prominent players like Howard Lederer, Erik Seidel alongside Dan Harrington in Mayfair Club, New York to horn his skills before plunging into high-stakes games. A careful scrutiny of his magnificent winnings intimate poker is risky but lucrative; his long career has conferred upon him millions in shillings as well as titles.
At the four of his resume are his four bracelets at the World Series of Poker, beginning in 1980 in the $1,000 Seven Card Stud Split coming with $30,800.
In 1992, he played at the WSOP again in the $5,000 Deuce-to-Seven where he clinched another bracelet alongside a stupendous $119,250. He was to be spotted again in the 1995 $5,000 limit hold’em that brought in $234,000 and a third bracelet. In 2003, he played again at the $2,000 pot-limit hold’em where he wrung out $147,280. However, the exception of his resume is ascribable to his lengthy career which is above thirty years. Appleman also plunged into the NBC Poker After Dark episode Mayfair Club where he finished third in his heat. The resume of Appleman is illustrious to upcoming players who are poised to give in at the fledgling stages of their careers and inspires them to embark on the tournaments meticulously.
By 2011, he had amassed above $1,787,000 with his forty cashes at the World Series of Poker garnering him $1,156,292.