Pokercast Episode 32 - David Rheem & Serge Ravitch
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - 6,844 players started the 2008 WSOP Main Event making it the second largest field in WSOP history. After a long and grueling seven days, there were nine remaining. David "Chino" Rheem is among the nine players left standing now known as the "November Nine". David was kind enough to be featured on the program this week to talk about his impressive journey to the final table. Serge Ravitch, professional poker player and former lawyer is also featured on the program discussing some recent developments in the Ultimate Bet cheating scandal. Mike and Adam also talk some forum static and of course give away the password for the July 20th Poker Stars VIP Club freeroll. Discuss this Pokercast on the 2+2 Forums
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Serge Ravitch is a lawyer from New York City, NY turned professional poker player. Primarily an online tournament specialist, Serge (along with Michel Josem) helped to uncover the Absolute Poker and Ultimate Bet cheating scandals in 2007.
Serge posts on 2+2 under the handle “adanthar” and is a video instructor with CardRunners.com Learn more about Serge Ravitch
David Rheem, known as “Chino” in some circles, is a professional poker player from Los Angeles, CA. Rheem became a recognizable face in 2008 after marking the WSOP Main Event final table where he went on to finish 7th. Known for prowess in both cash games and tournaments, Hendon Mob attributes him with $4.4 million in live tournament earnings. Learn more about David Rheem