Raymond Still Inspires Many

Not everyone continues to play poker beyond the age of sixty and still be good at it.


Raymond proved most people wrong when he made it to the final table in 2007, at the age of 62. He reached the final table of the World Series of Poker, the Main Event. He was the first person to do so from Africa and that too at the age of 62. He was the elder statesman at the table and he finished in the third place which was a notable achievement.

Rahme has a large family, having fathered six children and has numerous grand children as well. He lives in Johannesburg and continues to pursue poker as a hobby. He is a retired bed and breakfast operator who made history when he reached WSOP. Continue reading

Borgata Fall Poker Open Winner

Among the different poker tournaments that have been going on recently, the Borgata Fall Poker Open was concluded recently.


Here Travis Hartshorn was the winner. With the Borgata Fall Poker Open championship just concluded, the decided winner was Travis Hartshorn, who claimed a total of prize money of about $300,000.

The championship concluded just before the beginning of the Thanksgiving weekend. As a result, Travis found himself sitting with a pile of money from this event, a perfect beginning for the holiday weekend. Hartshorn was able to secure victory over 489 entries that were there for the event. The championship ended on Wednesday last week. The final struggle for him was with David Johnston which was like a heads up confrontation that was on for about six hours. Hartshorn was already leading in the chips at the final table. Continue reading