TheWacoKidd

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  • Real Name Sitch

  • Location United States

  • Gender Male

  • Total Posts 50,493

  • Member Since Oct 5th, 2005

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Personal

  • Profession poker
  • Favorite Place to Play Live PokerWSOP
  • Hobbies sports (Baylor, Mets), sports betting, fantasy sports, stock market, basketball, tennis, running
  • Favorite Cash Games mid stakes PLO
  • Favorite Tournament Game high stakes NLHE MTTs

TheWacoKidd - Poker Player Profile

    Screen Names


    TheWacoKidd
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    Rankings


    Worldwide
    N/A
    All-Time High
    24 (2007)
    Sliding PLB
    N/A

    Cashes


    Lifetime Total
    $1,209,141
    Largest Cash
    Number of Cashes
    542
    Average Cash
    $2,231
    • $1,000,000 in lifetime cashes
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    Personal

    FantasyDraft Team Pro (come play with me!) and poker player

    P5s Scouting Report

    TheWacoKidd made a life-changing decision when he left his home in Texas for a chance at earning a living playing poker in Las Vegas. In the first half of 2007, he captured the imagination of the poker world when he won the $2,000 and $2,500 buy-in NLHE events at the Five Star World Poker Classic for $299,000 and $223,800 respectively. In May '07, TheWacoKidd finished runner-up in the WPT Championship Event for another $459,000.

    Online, TheWacoKidd has posted consistent results across the major sites since beginning his career on PartyPoker in 2004. His results include a 2nd place finish in the PokerStars $300k Guaranteed for $69,100 (May '10) along with a final table appearance in the Full Tilt Poker $1k Monday for $44,100 in September '10.

    In 2013 at the WSOP, he finished fourth in a NLHE Eight-Max event for $154,000 and won his first bracelet in a $1,500 NLHE tournament for $525,000.

    Never a guy to back down from a challenge, TheWacoKidd is highly competitive at Roshambo - folding rocks, crushing scissors, and cutting paper at a higher rate than most opponents.