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It’s not often that a Brit gets top accolades in poker, but Darren Woods tasted victory in the $2.5k Limit Hold’em Six-Max Tournament last year, gaining $213k and the prestigious WSOP bracelet. “It’s what every poker player wants to win,” said Woods. “The money is great as well but winning the bracelet is something else entirely.”
“I think British players are just the best players,” said Woods. “That’s slightly patriotic but what else can I say. We expect to pull a few more bracelets before this is done.”
Here are some facts about the man!
1- Darren is 26 and started playing 6 years ago, spending 3$ on his first game, and reading the rules of Texas Hold em as he was playing!
2- Darren was working at a firm of accountants, but says that that fiscal knowledge was of no help to him in playing Poker!
3- He rose to become a pro during a time where Americans dominated the poker sites. He would fold 98% of hands, simply raising very big, or shoving all in with a really good hand, and hoping for a call. He played 10 or more tables at once, at a $10 max buy in, and the beauty of this system was that people simply don’t care much about $10 and the calls were often very weak, and when multi-tabling to such an extent for many hours at end, he soon found himself earning a decent living from poker.
4-Woods hails from Grimsby, a fishing port on the North East coast of England at the mouth of the River Humber. According to legend, Grimsby was first founded by Grim, a Danish fisherman. ‘By’ means ‘village’ in Old Norse.
5- Darren gave up his trainee Accountant job after 6 months but found that as the stakes increased, the loose call became less. He had to learn the game over, and get into the psychology of gambling, and little by little improve his game at each increase in level of betting.
6- In Summer 2011, Woods outlasted 354 players and a tough final table that included femme fatale Kim Nguyen to win his first WSOP bracelet and $213k.
7- Woods was the third player from the U.K. to win a bracelet at WSOP 2011, joining Jake Cody and Matt Perrins.
8- Woods could not say why Brits had done so well this WSOP:“I think British players are just the best players,” said Woods. “That’s slightly patriotic but what else can I say. We expect to pull a few more bracelets before this is done.”
9- Woods had the tremendous fortune of watching close friend Tyler Bonkowski win a WSOP bracelet just days before he won his own. It was an inspirational performance that boosted his own, according to Woods. “It was amazing to go watch him at the final table, I thought, ‘Ok, if he can do it, I can do it.’”
10- Although Woods said: “I came here to win a bracelet. Now my goal is to win two.” His tally remained at one.