Las Vegas, Nevada is home to numerous professional poker players who have made significant accomplishments.
One of these players is Steve Zolotow who hails from there and boasts twin World Series of Poker bracelets. His lengthy career has seen him amass above two million dollars while playing intermittently. For poker enthusiasts who love flipping the pages of poker top achievers whose records are indelible, Zolotow’s achievements are the most ideal resume. He has played widely and for a long time as to be the mirror of the strengths and weaknesses of the game.
His first significant appearance was in the WSOP $2,500 pot limit Omaha event where he placed fifth in the early 90s. He was later to be spotted in the 1995 WSOP Chinese Poker Tournament where he clinched a bracelet on winning the $3000 pot-limit hold’em event for a grand prize of $112,500. He also won the WSOP $3000 pot-limit hold’em for a bracelet and a stupendous $243,335. In addition to his accomplishments in the WOSP, his largest cash win hitherto was in the World Poker Tout Season II PartyPoker Million Cruise placing 4th in a table hosting Scotty Nguyen, Erick Lindgren, and Daniel Negreanu that saw him net $259,684.
In 2008, he plunged into the NBC Poker After Dark where he emerged 4th. Despite having played in few events, his bankroll has not been limited from burgeoning multi-fold. His approach is a strategic tool for wannabe poker players who are not willing to play incessantly due to the imminent losses innate in the poker tournaments.
In 2013 hitherto, his overall live events earnings were beyond $2,200,000 with his forty-nine cashes at the World Series of Poker have contributed above $1,100,000. To this end, players can play only occasionally with shrewdness, including cashes to rake in more cash though titles can be evasive.