squintster

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  • Real Name Shawn Q

  • Location United States

  • Gender Male

  • Total Posts 1,363

  • Member Since Jan 19th, 2008

  • Last Login 17 Hours Ago at 10:07 AM

  • Profile Views9,607

  • Important Notice

    squintster does not currently qualify for local and country rankings because some of their qualifying PLB points are on poker sites that don't allow play in the location listed in their profile.

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Personal

  • Profession Aspiring Boy Band member
  • Favorite Place to Play Live Pokervideo poker machine at Cancun Aiport...zat count?
  • Hobbies Enthusiast of 100% gangster rap
  • Favorite Cash Games NL HE, 2/5
  • Favorite Tournament Game the mythical

Squintster - Poker Player Profile

    Screen Names


    squintster
    dareya2call
    PantyShart
    HaHaSayWhat
    Minajabrahj
    InitechWins
    PantyShart
    Minajabrahj
    Minajabrahj
    Shwasted
    InitechWins
    squintster

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    Rankings


    Worldwide
    1,137
    All-Time High
    85 (2012)
    Sliding PLB
    2,675 (96%)

    Cashes


    Lifetime Total
    $1,480,550
    Largest Cash
    Number of Cashes
    3,612
    Average Cash
    $410
    GPI Ranking
    • $1,000,000 in lifetime cashes
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    Personal

    Thinks he's got it all figured out...

    P5s Scouting Report

    dareya2call on Full Tilt. Shawn is an online tournament player who earned $12,500 for his August '10 runner-up performance in the PokerStars Daily Ninety Grand. His other key scores include a subsequent 3rd place showing in the Daily Ninety Grand for $9,400 along with 2nd place finish in the Stars $75k Guaranteed for $9,600. In July 2012, he finished third in the Ongame $100K for $10,000. Three months later, he placed third in the 888 Poker $100K Sunday Challenge for $9,500.

    In January 2013, Quint won the PokerStars Sunday Kickoff and banked $28,000. He also won a tournament on Ongame for another $10,000 and captured his first Triple Crown. In September of the same year, he finished second in the iPoker $150K for $20,000. March 2014 saw him win the PartyPoker $200K for $21,000 following a three-way deal; the tournament drew nearly 1,200 entrants.

    It Would Be an Honor, a Privilege, and My Duty to this Community