Shana Hiatt is best known for hosting the first three seasons of World Poker Tour on the Travel Channel. She was born in December of 1975 and is a model, presenter and a poker player.
Today's players rock a more vanilla look - hoodies, t-shirts, jeans, trainers, earphones and sunglasses. That's not going to win you any prizes at your fancy dress party, though. If you want to wow your fellow guests and delight the poker nerds we've got you covered, with tips on how to dress like five of the most famous poker players on the.
Remember, online poker sites sponsor famous players. It will be great if you wear clothing with a logo of poker sites. A few players can win an entry into significant poker tournaments. They come to the poker tables in sponsored outfits from head to toe. Wigs. Imagine distracting and off-putting elements to distract players at the poker tables.
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The tournament combined poker with charity fundraising, with a side benefit of potentially befriending poker players with whom to play live poker on occasion. Instead, she met Phil Laak. Instead of meeting a poker pal, she met a boyfriend. At the time, Phil was best known as the Unabomber for wearing a hoodie and sunglasses at the poker table.
Players watching the flop come down will often get wide eyed for a split second when the flop hits them and squint slightly, again for a split second when they have whiffed the flop. The sunglasses allow for better assesment of other players without them thinking (or knowing) that you're staring at them. Nobody has ever said anything about the glasses (perhaps they just silently think that I'm.