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Jamie Gold - World Series of Poker Champion
Jamie Gold, the new champion for the World Series of Poker Main Event, recently said he was eager to win, but not looking forward to losing his privacy. There's no turning back now as the world learns of his huge $12 million dollar paycheck and his long odds to win the biggest poker tournament of the year. With half the prize money in dispute, Jamie Gold is going to be in the limelight for a good while. Keep up with him here at ReadyBetGo!
Jamie Gold, the 2006 WSOP Champ
Jamie Gold Current Chip Leader at TCI International Poker
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Jamie Gold, the recent winner the Main Event of the 2006 World Series of Poker (WSOP), is the current chip leader at the TCI International Poker Tournament Featuring Johnny Chan, being played on the Turks & Caicos Islands.
GSN to Invite Jamie Gold to Play 'High Stakes Poker' Next Season
Saturday, August 12, 2006
GSN is extending an invitation to Jamie Gold, who just won the 2006 World Series of Poker main event, to play in the next season of HIGH STAKES POKER on GSN. The third season of HIGH STAKES POKER will be taped in Las Vegas. The tape date, location and complete field of players will be announced later.
Jamie Gold Wins $12 Million At World Series of Poker Main Event
The new king of poker was crowned early today when Malibu, California, resident Jamie Gold, 36, won the No-Limit Texas Hold'Em Main Event at the 37th annual World Series of Poker presented by Milwaukee's Best Light. Gold took home $12 million, the largest prize ever awarded in a live poker tournament.