David Williams started his card game domination as a youngster playing ‘Magic The Gathering’, a strategy card game that also involves tournament play.
After being accepted to both Harvard and Princeton, Williams studied economics and math before giving online poker a try.
David Williams began playing poker online in the Bodog Poker Room, where he managed to qualify for WSOP in 2004. There, he rocketed to fame by placing second at the 2004 Main Event, walking away with a shocking $3.5 million.
After finishing 2nd at the Borgata Open WPT event for $573,800, Williams confirmed his poker star status by winning his first bracelet in the 2006 World Series of Poker 7-Card Stud event.
This Bodog team member’s poker earnings to date are reported to be in excess of $5,300,000, and he recetly showed off his new Las Vegas penthouse, overlooking the Rio Hotel where he plans to dominate the 2007 WSOP.
David Williams’s Poker Career Highlights
- One WSOP bracelet – 2006 7 Card Stud
- 2nd in 2004 WSOP main event to Greg Raymer
- David’s mother outlasted him in the 2006 WSOP main event
- Won $43,757 playing ‘Magic The Gathering’ card game circuit
- Over $5 million in poker tournament cashes
David Williams Quotes:
“How does it feel to be the youngest player on the WSOP “Top Ten” money list? Damn! It feels good!”
“Even though I don’t hide it, and a lot of people already know, I am a big nerd. I really like math and science, and play a lot of games. I guess you could say I have this “cool” guy image, but I deep inside, I’m a geek.”