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Brandon Adams

Professional Poker Player

A college graduate at the age of 19, Brandon Adams holds Master’s degrees in Finance and Real Estate, and is scheduled to earn his PhD in business from Harvard University later this year.

Adams is a high-stakes poker player who has been on multiple television programs, including the 2005 Tournament of Champions and the 2007 World Series of Poker, where he finished sixth in the $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha event, earning more than $75,000.  Recently, Brandon earned a lot of notoriety – and cold hard cash - by beating Sammy Farha out of almost a $1 million while playing heads up Pot-Limit Omaha.

Brandon is also the author of Broke: A Poker Novel, a fictional account of poker players and the lives they lead.  Brandon Adams plays online at Full Tilt Poker.