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Bakes

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  • Real Name David Baker

  • Location Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico

  • Gender Male

  • Total Posts 104

  • Member Since Oct 16th, 2007

  • Last Login Sep 23rd, 2014 at 10:31 PM

  • Profile Views21,310

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Bakes - Poker Player Profile

    Screen Names


    WhooooKidd
    Bussa Buss
    Bussa Buss
    WhooooKidd

    Rankings


    Worldwide
    127
    All-Time High
    4 (2009)
    Mexico
    10/334
    Quintana Roo
    6/37
    Playa del Carmen
    5/31
    Sliding PLB
    4,957 (100%)

    Cashes


    Lifetime Total
    $4,986,686
    Largest Cash
    Number of Cashes
    1,896
    Average Cash
    $2,630
    GPI Ranking
    • Latest Cash

      Won $343 at $109 NL Hold'em [Turbo], $30K Gtd

      May 22nd, 2015

    • Latest Live Cash

      Won $27,192 at Pot Limit Omaha - Six Handed (Event #42), 45th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2014

      Jun 20th, 2014

    • $4,000,000 in lifetime cashes
    • 127 Ranked 127th World Wide
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    P5s Scouting Report

    Whooookidd on Stars, Bussa Buss on Full Tilt and UB. David "Bakes" Baker came on strong in January 2008, winning the PokerStars Super Tuesday for $74,000, and the $100 rebuy for another $41,000. In October 2008, he took down the PokerStars "Sunday 500" for $91,500 -- less than two months after he placed 3rd in the Stars $1k Super Tuesday for another $44k. In March '09, David placed 2nd in the PokerStars "Sunday 500" for $66,700. His largest online tournament cash came in April '09 when he won the PokerStars SCOOP $5,000+200 Pot Limit Omaha event for $215,000.

    In September 2013, Baker won the PokerStars Sunday 500 outright and walked away with $98,000. The tournament drew 1,160 players.

    In April 2014, Baker finished 6th in the WCOOP Challenge Main Event, a $2,100 buy-in tournament, and walked off with $121,000.

    Baker owns two WSOP bracelets, the first of which came in 2010 in the $10,000 2-7 Draw Lowball World Championship. He followed that up two years later with a win in the $10,000 HORSE Championship, beating a final table that included Phil Ivey and Phil Hellmuth.