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Joe Hachem is a Lebanese-Australian professional poker player with a net worth of $16 million dollars. Joe was diagnosed using a rare blood disorder in 2002, which influenced his hands, and needed to quit his profession as a chiropractor. At July 2012, his winnings from poker tournaments had surpassed $11,700,000 and he was rated ninth in live poker tournament career gains by The Hendon Mob, a web site which tracks tournament poker players. Celebrity Matt Damon, who starred in the 1998 poker movie Rounders, is a devotee of Hachem and has even played poker with him.
Joe Hachem Net Worth $16 Million Dollars
“Poker can bring out the worst in people,” Damon apparently says of Hachem, “but when you see somebody who is only winning with elegance and class and dignity, it is fine.” Hashem married wife Jeanie in 1989 and people have four kids.
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|1||Won the World Series of Poker Main Event while holding the unlikely starting hand of 7cl 3sp. The flop came 6h 5d 4d, giving Hachem a straight. But his opponent Steve Dannenmann, who held Ad 3cl, had an open-ended straight draw. When the turn brought the Ace of Spades, Dannenmann had the top pair and bet, Hachem moved all-in and was called. In the end, Dannenmann could only tie if the river brought a seven. But the 4cl on the river, ensured Hachem the win and the $7.5 million grand prize.|
|2||Won the Doyle Brunson North American Poker Classic in December of 2006, earning him $2,207,575.|
|3||Winner of the 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event. Earning him $7.5 million.|
|4||Since he won the World Series of Poker Main event with the hand, 7-3 is now nicknamed "Joe Hachem".|
|5||He joins Doyle Brunson, Scotty Nguyen, Carlos Mortensen and "Action" Dan Harrington, as being the only five people to have won both the World Series of Poker Main Event and a World Poker Tour (2003) title. Hachem won the 2005 World Series of Poker Main event and the 2006 Doyle Brunson North American Poker Classic WPT event.|
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