Paul Wasicka is one of the Unsung Superstars of Poker

Poker has evolved to become one of the most lucrative wagering fields that players can join today. With its vibrant presence online, it has attracted multitudes of players at the global scale. The popularity of the live events at casinos has not been eclipsed by the emergence of virtual poker but also attracts a horde of competitors. Consequently, there have emerged various tournaments that receive publicity across the world where the top-notch players plunge into and call a shot. Paul Wasicka is among the players who have competed in the high-status events and have equally won some of the poker tournaments. He began by playing online on cash tournaments; afterwards he rose to international poker prominence.

Wasicka has played at live events; however, his presence became eminent in 2006 when he left a global mark. He competed at the $25,000 WPT World Championship where he placed 15th and parceled $146,460. On the same year, he cashed in two events at the WSOP $5k No Limit Hold’em tournament and the $5k No Limit Hold’Em shorthanded event where he got above $64k for both events. Subsequently, he proceeded to play the $10k No Limit Hold’em WSOP tournament managing to final table and sailed through to the second place, taking home $6,102,499. In 2007, he had not established his bankroll for overly high stakes, but he inconceivably made them finishes at the Aussie Millions event taking home above $95k and later he placed 4th at the World Poker Tour L.A POKERCLASSIC netting $455,615.

Wasicka resuscitated his prosperous trait in 2010 by winning the World Series of Poker (Tunica) taking home $139,422. He has a min-cash at the National Heads Up Championship (NBC) the same year. His tournament cashes and wins are only available up to the fall of the summer in 2010, as of that year, he had raked above $7.8million. He painted a picture he was insurmountable at the casino table, but his poker career plans are clandestine. His poker CV is impeccable, when he returns we will not be surprised by more winnings.