WSOP bracelet winner Howard "Tahoe" Andrew passed away

Howard "Tahoe" Andrew passed away

Recently, many events have taken place in the poker community. Apart from the fact that Ambassadors leave their poker rooms, the major representatives of world gambling pass away.

It became known about the death of a well-known representative of the poker community. The legendary poker player of 70's and the winner of two WSOP bracelets Howard “Tahoe” Andrew has passed away at the age of 86.

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Howard played poker for over sixty years. He won his first WSOP tournament in 1976. In total, Andrew managed to reach ITM zone in 51 WSOP tournaments and he was able to boast of 200 tournament results in other events, which brought him over $1.5 million.

The player earned his biggest prize money of $250 000 for the second place in $10 000 Grand Prix of Poker event in 1987.

First of all, Howard Andrew is known for setting the world record for the number of WSOP Main Events played. He participated in every WSOP Main Event from 1974 to 2018.

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