Joe Hachem Poker Player-First Australian Player to hold a bracelet

When you wish to play the games as like you wish so, you will have to think of the number of games playable in this world. Playing the games is important to refresh the mind and also the atmosphere you were in. when you do look for the games to play, you can think of various games, yet the game which is played throughout the world wide is Poker game. Poker game is one such game which is played by handling the tricks, whereby professional can handle it easily. Among such professional players, Joseph Hechem was the very first Australian professional poker player.

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Joe Hachem was born on March 11th 1966. He was much knowable for the winning of the bracelet by the year 2005. Also, he is much knowable by his fellow players, by winning $7.5 million, as it was the highest cash prize given. It was by the age of 6, he moved to Melbourne along with his family members. Joseph was working as a chiropractor for around 13 years, whereby he left the very job after identifying a rare blood disorder which turned affecting his hands. It was then the twist started, where he started playing the Poker game both in casinos as well as through online too. He started running the brokerage business, whereby he insisted the statement which he was very much temperamental in playing the game Poker, later he gradually changed his attitude and started playing the game professionally in a casual manner.

He also turned playing the games in the tournaments and also in the events which earned him some cashes too. He was provided the nickname as Diamond Joe. When he entered the WSOP event, he was an amateur playing the game, whereby within 2 week span of time, he finished in 10th place and it was the year 2005, he turned winning the bracelet in WSOP by defeating 5618 players.

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