David Chiu is a professional poker player born on August 23rd, 1960 in China, who now lives in Rowland Heights, California, USA. It has been highlighted in some of the most important poker tournaments in the world, and this made him earn four bracelets at the World Series of Poker, a World Poker Tour title and is the first winner of the Tournament of Champions of Poker. If you also want to become a professional of online poker, simply register the best room and online poker school for free.
David Chiu had a restaurant in Colorado. He got a second job that kept him busy as a dealer of poker, and then he became a specialist in poker tournaments and earned a reputation for himself after winning the $ 2000 Limit Hold'em event in World Series of Poker 1996.
Chiu also won money in the $ 10,000 No Limit Texas Hold'em event at the WSOP in 1996, in 2003 and 2006. After having an accident while he was swimming, Chiu was nearly deaf in both ears. He took this very positively and thinks that this deficiency allows him to focus more on reading his opponents.
Chiu plays regularly at the World Poker Tour and he has made two final tables. In the first season of the WPT back in 2003, he ended in third place in the invitational event, after Layne Flack and Jerry Buss. In April 2008 he won the WPT beating Gus Hansen.
The gains of David Chiu in the live poker tournaments in 2010 exceeded the 7 million dollars. The 47 times he won money at the WSOP adds a total of 2.7 million of the 7 million he won in total. Do not hesitate and register today to become a professional.