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  • Location California, United States

  • Gender Male

  • Total Posts 41

  • Member Since Oct 19th, 2006

  • Last Login Jan 11th, 2016 at 12:39 AM

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    The-Toilet 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.

The-Toilet - Poker Player Profile

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    All-Time High
    27 (2007)
    Sliding PLB
    821 (84%)


    Lifetime Total
    Largest Cash
    Number of Cashes
    Average Cash
    • $4,000,000 in lifetime cashes
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    P5s Scouting Report Triple Crown winner: February '09. Faraz Jaka of California has put up highly impressive results in the major Sunday events on several different sites. He had the incredible accomplishment of winning majors in back to back weeks---the UB $200k and the Stars Sunday Warm-Up; which combined for more than $110k! In November '08, The-Toilet won the PokerStars $1k Super Tuesday for $78,000 and the Full Tilt Poker $150 rebuy for another $42k. He also caught fire in June '09; taking down the weekly $1k CEREUS tournament for $39,750 and the Nightly Hundred Grand on Stars for $23.8k, then winning the Stars Sunday Second Change in late August for $50,000.

    Faraz has also had a great deal of success in major live tournaments, including a 2nd place effort in the WPT Bellagio Cup V for $774,780 along with 3rd place finish in the WSOP Event #56 ($5,000 NLHE 6-max) for just over $400,000 (both scores in July '09). In Jan 2012, Faraz finished 3rd in the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event for just over $750,000. In March 2013, Jaka hit it big in the PokerStars Sunday 500, taking the tournament down outright for $84,000.

    In September 2014, Jaka was part of a six-way chop of the WCOOP Main Event, earning a blistering $417,000.

    KJulius10, The-Toilet Finish 2-3 in PCA Main Event

    The-Toilet: Businessman First, Poker Player Second Feb 13, 2012