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Talal Shakerchi Shakerchi: "I Care As Much As Anyone" VideoHand of the Week: David Williams vs Talal Shakerchi at the 2014 EPT Grand Final Cannes, France. Dec 10 - 12, at Wynn Las Vegas. London, England. Talal Dan Shakerchi ist ein britischer Investmentmanager und Pokerspieler aus England. Talal Dan Shakerchi (* Februar in den Midlands) ist ein britischer Investmentmanager und Pokerspieler aus England. Talal Shakerchi's Results, Stats, Gallery & Pictures. AKA Talal Sakerchi. Talal Shakerchi's poker tournament results, rankings and photos. Talal Shakerchi's GPI Rankings. Ranking, Position, National rank, Total score, Highest. Talal Shakerchi has won 0 bracelets and 0 rings for total earnings of $, See all events where they placed in-the-money. When this hand began, Spring Championship of Online Poker main event winner Talal Shakerchi was in fifth chip position among the stacked final table of nine players in this SCOOP $25, high. It's great when someone of Shakerchi's standing wins a huge sum of money because you know it either stays in the poker community or heads into the poorest parts of the world. He is one of the most significant philanthropists in the UK. His success in business will save many lives and help reduce so much suffering. One of the characters that is not following his script is Talal Shakerchi. The man who is responsible for managing a hedge fund that contains £3bn in assets, is supposed to act out the role of the. Talal Dan Shakerchi (* Februar in den Midlands) ist ein britischer Investmentmanager und Pokerspieler aus England.
It's great when someone of Shakerchi's standing wins a huge sum of money because you know it either stays in the poker community or heads into the poorest parts of the world.
His success in business will save many lives and help reduce so much suffering. Off the tables that is; on them, he likes to make people suffer.
Imagine being Winter, knowing you're heads-up against a multi-millionaire with no chance of a deal on the table. That has to affect your play, right?
For many people, those amounts can make the difference between having a great year or a poor year and that must create more pressure.
But inevitably people do. Does that mean figuring out ICM calculations goes out of the window? For me, plays that make sense on average in a given situation I can take and variance isn't going to be a problem for me.
So where does this all end? What does a man, who has so much money his only problem is figuring out how best to give it all away, do next?
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Yeah I think so. I think the PCA generally seems to be pretty successful. I felt a little twinge…. TS: When I was a kid I played a little bit of poker, draw and stud, with my dad and brother at the family table.
But my first real exposure to the game was when I started playing online in having come across some poker sites in my job.
It quickly grew to be my main hobby as I challenged myself to play against the toughest opposition. It suited me as a hobby because poker theory was relatively limited especially back then so I had a chance to take on the best, which I found stimulating.
Poker also seemed to chime well with my day job where many of the same attributes are necessary for success. As a highly successful businessman, can you talk a little about your early experiences playing poker in big events?
TS: I enjoyed live poker because I liked the live aspects of the game and also met a wider range of people than I do in my work.
The main thing I disliked was the slow pace. I continue to believe we need to find better solutions to the time issue. That was a good spot for me game-wise.
On the other hand, I was handicapped relative to other players because I had a lot going on outside poker so at live events I would often be dealing with calls or emails during breaks and after play ended for the day.
Later on, people connected me with my online persona. The cat leaving the bag changed the way people played against me which made it tougher.
CP: Did you seek out tough competition for the challenge? Or did you just end up playing such tough competition because you enjoyed playing for high stakes?
TS: I want to play the toughest tournaments possible so I seek them out. CP: What inspires you to continue playing and working on improving your poker game?
Is holding your own against the best players a motivating factor? TS: When I do something seriously I want to be among the best in the world.
I enjoy learning and improving.