Featured: Game analysis of Brock Parker

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It was John Parker originally, before he turned into ‘Brock Parker’. Brock Parker is the professional poker player from Maryland and he player Magic: The Gathering, the card game, before he turned into the profession one. And honestly, since that time, he really has not looked back.

Parker has played online poker for a long time and then he came into limelight, when he won two bracelets in World Series of Poker in the year 2009. He won $223,688 prize in $ 2,500 Limit Hold’em Short Handed and the other time he achieved $ 552,745 in $ 2,500 No Limit Hold’em Short Handed. In his whole career, he had 13 cashes in World Series of Poker (WSOP), which also includes 4 final tables. Last time he played in 21st November, in 2012 in the Championship Event while the winnings worth $ 372,568. Brock won 44 Casino cashes and 104 online cashes so far and his total winnings in Casino, is $ 2,445,381 and for online matches his total winnings, is $ 1,067,041. In 15th August in 2012, Brock achieved 24th place in the Main Event in WPT Parx Open Poker Classic, 2012, winning $ 10,403 and he came 1st in 2012 Borgata Winter Poker Open and achieved $ 76,387.

The total winnings for WSOP, is $ 1,458,513 and he made 24 cashes out of it, with two bracelets and appearing 7 times on the final tables. The record for Brock in World Poker Tour (WPT), is $ 105,952, with 3 cashes, but unfortunately he could not made meeting at final tables in WPT. Even being the famous one in the poker world, Brock had a hard luck in European Poker Tour (EPT) and for the Player of the Year award. Parker still made an impressive career background in the poker world.