|What's his story?|
Brad began playing poker regularly in early 2004 when he co founded the poker group. Fueled by his love of gaming and fierce competitive nature, he has since been a dedicated student of the game, learning what it takes to become a winning player. Brad often hosts the weekly game and has held several larger special events. The majority of his experience is online but he prefers live play when given the choice. He attends most of the group's trips, Foxwoods being the only one he has missed. Brad has been relatively successful to this point in his poker career but has yet to capture a large tournament cash. It is only a matter of time before this young poker phenom breaks through to the big time!
|What does he do when he's not playing poker?|
When not playing poker, Brad works his day job as a software developer, where he often thinks about how much he would rather be playing poker! He enjoys playing softball during the summer and snowboarding in the winter. Brad usually takes at least one big snowboarding trip a year. His favorite was the trip to Whistler, BC, in 2004. Brad always enjoys a good movie, whether at the local theater or in his own home theater which he has built up over the years.
|Casino Poker Games of Choice|
Brad's current game of choice is 1-2 NLHE. He occasionally plays the 2-5 NL but has yet to breakthrough at that level. The majority of his cash play has been in no limit, but he is starting to get back into limit holdem. Right now Brad plays the 5-10 or 6-12 but would like to move it up to 10-20 as soon as his bankroll allows. His experience in other games is limited but plans on playing more Omaha in the coming months.
Brad's biggest poker leak is not knowing when to leave a bad game. Other non-poker leaks are dvds and home theater equipment.
|Poker Pet Peeves|
People falling asleep at the table, acting out of turn, and saying "raise" when they really mean "bet".
Brad plays at PokerRoom (SASBrad) and FullTilt (MrBigStacks). Most of his online play is in MTT's and SNG's, usally of the $10 to $50 variety.
2-4 NLHE cash game at Mandalay Bay.
Hero in SB with QhQd.
|Poker Group Tournament Finishes|
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