Andread Hoivold - Struggling for Poker Legality
Andread's favorite game is Omaha H/L Pot Limit. His total winnings exceed $1,470,000. The people, who he takes example from, are Daniel Negraneu, Doyle Brunson, Phil Ivey, Gus Hansen and Age Spets.
He started playing poker in 2002. In 2006 he won Ladbrokes Tallinn Challenge 2006, which took Tallinn, Estonia. He won in 2,000 Tallinn Challenge Cup - No Limit Hold'em. That was a great achievement for him as he cashed $ 30,852.
The next great thing happened to him that year was third place Poker Million V, Sky Sports Final. That was a real break through for him. He won $250,000 then.
The next year in 2007 he won EPT in Dortmund. He did it in 5,000 EPT Main Event. And of course he received almost $900,000. That became his largest winning so far.
As of mid summer of 2010 he made his way to 37th place in 41st World Series of Poker. It was Hold'em Mixed (Limit / No Limit) and he cashed $5,503.
Andread Hoivold wishes to have poker legal in Norway.
Best Places in Tournaments
|The Grand Poker Series 2010, Las Vegas ($330 Suzie and Howard Lederer Event)||7th||2010|
|2009 Grosvenor UK Poker Tour - Leg 7, Cardiff (£1,000 No Limit Hold'em - Main Event)||4th||$ 17,566||2009|
|Late Night Poker 2009, Cardiff (Heat D)||4th||2009|
|2009 Norwegian Poker Championship, Nottingham (£4,550 H.O.R.S.E)||1st||$ 31,173||2009|
|2009 Grosvenor UK Poker Tour - Leg 1, Brighton (£1,000 No Limit Hold'em - Main Event)||4th||$ 28,130||2009|
|Grosvenor UK Poker Tour - Leg 9, Blackpool (£ 1,000 No Limit Hold'em - Main Event)||3rd||$ 64,177||2008|
|Poker Million VI, Sky Sports (Semi-Final 2)||5th||$ 25,000||2007|
|Poker Million VI, Sky Sports (Heat 9)||1st||2007|
|2007 Paddy Power Irish Open, Dublin (200 Super Satellite to Main Event)||1st||$ 4,671||2007|
|EPT Dortmund, Dortmund (5,000 EPT Main Event)||1st||$ 880,572||2007|
|Poker Million V, Sky Sports (Final)||3rd||$ 250,000||2006|
|Poker Million V, Sky Sports (Semi Final 1)||1st||2006|
|Poker Million V, Sky Sports (Heat 4)||1st||2006|
|Ladbrokes Tallinn Challenge 2006, Tallinn (2,000 Tallinn Challenge Cup - No Limit Hold'em)||1st||$ 30,852||2006|
The good news is that in every deck of fifty-two cards there are 2,598,960 possible hands. The bad news is that you are only going to be dealt one of them.
Anthony Holden, author of Big Deal (1990)