Professional poker player who earned his first World Series of Poker bracelet when he won the 2015 $25,000 High Roller Pot Limit Omaha. He's also a three-time World Poker Tour winner.
He attended Suffolk University to study law. He then passed the bar and was qualified to practice law in Massachusetts before deciding to be a poker player.
In 2015, his career winnings surpassed the $5 million mark. He studied chemical engineering as an undergraduate at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
He grew up in Cranston, Rhode Island.
He and Gus Hansen both won three World Poker Tour titles.