Maybe he’s tired or maybe he’s just subdued, but as the former PocketFives #1 online poker player in the world wins his first bracelet, he is most certainly humble.
Read from ESPN: 'cal42688’ takes talents to the WSOP
Although Calvin has been participating in WSOP’s since 2010, this is the year that his name really resonated with players and the media. Thus far, he hasn’t disappointed. With three cashes, all for over $50K, Anderson has put his stamp on the 2014 series with his latest victory in the $ 1,500 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo (Event #30) where he needed to beat poker vet Joe Tehan to cinch the win.
Here he talks with Caitlyn Howe, who give him some reassurance on his talent, about how “great” it feels to take home the prestigious prize of a WSOP bracelet.