With the prominence of various global-based poker games, many players bolster their mettle by casting their net in high-profile tournaments like the World Poker Tour and the World Series of Poker.
These games have provided opportunities for players from the US, Europe and Asia, with entrants from the American continent domineering. Surprisingly, French David Benyamine has played at these games and performed impeccably as he wields a World Poker Tour accolade. He has final tabled four times at the WPT and is mainly a cash game contestant, this optimizes his earnings for every game he participates in. These high-profile games are appropriate avenues through which a player can enlarge his financial base and rise to the helms of international superstars. Benyamine has an array of winnings that paint the picture of a player with a winning predisposition.
Benyamine has played various games at the World Poker Tour; in 2003 he threw his hat in the Grand Prix De Paris emerging first. In the 2004 WPT L.A Poker Classic 2nd season he placed sixth for a whopping $132,355. He won the World Poker Tour Battle of Champions 2 Invitational Event, surpassing a final table that hosted Phil Laak, Antonio Estafandiari, Mel Judah and Hoyt Corkins. On the other hand, he has left a tinge in the World Series of Poker, final tabling thrice and won a bracelet in 2008. At the 2008 WSOP USD 10,000 Omaha High-Low Split, he won a whopping $535,687 with his first bracelet slipping into his trophy case.
Benyamine has played top-notch online poker games especially on Full Tilt Poker and is a specialist of Pot Limit Omaha. In his long poker career, Benyamine has amassed more than $4,500,000 with multiple cashes at the WSOP. His golden web of earnings in the multifarious games that he has played intimate, you can plunge into poker to siphon the bucks, prominence is ancillary.