A player who is most well known for his tremendous success in the 1976 World Series of Poker, Howard Andrew is a card player with two highly prized World Series of Poker bracelets to his name, and an impressive reputation to match.
1976 was Howard Andrew’s year, as he took away not one but two bracelets at the World Series of Poker. It was the game of No Limit Hold’Em that netted Andrew significant winnings in these tournaments, as well as the valuable jewellery. His first bracelet win came in the $2.5K No Limit Hold’Em event, after which he also banked an impressive $28K. It was in the $1K No Limit Hold’Em event that he triumphed to win his second bracelet and $23.6K.
On top of his two respectable bracelet wins, Andrew has succeeded in profiting from many other successful games at the World Series Of Poker. His Live tournament winnings over the course of his career to date exceed $675K. ESPN’s broadcast coverage of the World Series of Poker has asserted that Andrew has been a participant in the WSOP’s Main Event every year for the last 35. That would make it the longest successive appearance by any player; an impressive achievement indeed.