stevie444

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  • Real Name Stephen Chidwick

  • Age 28

  • Gender Male

  • Total Posts 1,531

  • Member Since Jan 16th, 2007

  • Last Login Jan 31st, 2012 at 04:52 AM

  • Profile Views31,984

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  • Profession I run good for a living
  • Favorite Cash Games PLO
  • Favorite Tournament Game NL/PL HE MTTs, $100 and over

Stevie444 - Poker Player Profile

    Screen Names


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    stevie_444
    TylersDad64
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    Rankings


    Worldwide
    3,797
    All-Time High
    11 (2008)
    Sliding PLB
    1,048 (88%)

    Cashes


    Lifetime Total
    $4,995,513
    Largest Cash
    Number of Cashes
    2,270
    Average Cash
    $2,201
    GPI Ranking
    • Latest Cash

      Won $3,827 at $1,050 Sunday Grand PLO [6-Max], $75K Gtd

      Sep 24th, 2017

    • Latest Live Cash

      Won $165,358 at No Limit Hold'em ( Event #28 ), PokerStars Championship Prague

      Dec 15th, 2017

    • Latest Post

      miniftops hand vs an unknown

      Sep 20th, 2010

    • $4,000,000 in lifetime cashes
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    P5s Scouting Report

    Stephen Chidwick in real life. This young gun from the United Kingdom is one of today's top single table Sit & Go players and can often be found at high-stakes satellite SNGs. In May 2009, "stevie444" surged back into online tournament headlines when he had a runner-up performance in the FTOPS XII Event #17 ($300+20 NLHE rebuy) for $142,200. That score came only two days after he final tabled Event #12 ($1,000+60 NLHE) for another $49,500. He has a win in an UltimateBet $200k Guaranteed for $45,000 as well as a 2nd place finish in the same for $26k.

    Finished second to fellow PocketFiver Ramux in the PokerStars Sunday 500 in December 2011 for $52,000. In February 2013, he was up to his winning ways once again, this time taking second in the PokerStars Sunday 500 for $54,000.

    April 2015 saw him take down the Full Tilt Sunday Brawl outright for $25,000, defeating a field of 601 entrants. He won the same tournament four months later for another $18,000, this time defeating a smaller field of 417 entrants.