Curt Kohlberg Leads WPT Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic
When we first saw that Curt Kohlberg was leading the WPT Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic All-Star Spectacular we were like, “Who the eff is that?” Then we looked him up, and he’s got $405k in career WPT earnings with two final tables, so we decided he’s what we call “anonymously good” (this would be the sister category to girls who are “anonymously attractive, like Linda Cardellini, above). Eric Buchman would’ve fallen into this “anonymously good” category before his November NineTM appearance as well. You might be thinking to yourself right now, “Hmmm…anonymously good sounds an awful lot like “boring.” And for thinking that, you are a first-class jerk.
Linda Cardellini looking anonymously attractive in MAXIM.
Kohlberg is stacked at 2,856,000.
He’s followed by two people that let’s just say we’d be watching like a fucking HAWK if they were sitting next to each other on a plane and we didn’t know better, Faraz Jaka (2,768,000) and Daniel Alaei (2,422,000). “They’re taking a nap they’re taking a nap good sign good sign.”
Other notables still in include John Juanda (1,851,000), Joe Cassidy (1,445,000), Josh Arieh (1,067,000), Carter King (805,000), Eric Hershler (796,000), Mike Sowers (661,000), and Scotty Nguyen (339,000).
Get full chip counts here.
More Linda Cardellini in MAXIM (photo above from MAXIM) here. More Linda Cardellini looking anonymously attractive from ACH here.