Not just professional poker players can surprise the industry with their results. The amateur poker player Cary Katz is popular in narrow circles. He learned how to play poker from his grandmother, and nowadays his hobby has transformed into a profitable activity. Don’t miss the hottest poker news to stay tuned.
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Cary Steven Katz was born on January 29, 1970. Currently, he’s 51 years old, and during his lifetime he has become a successful businessman. He participated in a few worldwide poker tournaments. However, he hasn’t won any bracelets.
Poker player Cary Katz is an example of a fearless determination to turn a hobby into a profitable business.
His first degree in business administration was got from the University of Georgia, later this knowledge helped Cary to found the College Loan Corporation. The successful CEO experience of 15 years led the company to the seventh-largest student loan company in the US ($19 billion in loans).
In October 2015, Cary became a founder of the Poker Central website, which launched the subscription-based PokerGO streaming service. Katz also got famous in the industry for creating high roller tournaments like Super High Roller Bowl, Poker Masters, and the US Poker Open.
Thanks to Cary Katz, poker players from all over the world have more platforms to participate in and develop themselves as professional players.
Poker star Cary Katz has also made a large contribution to the industry by creating the most popular option at the tournaments the big blind ante.
His poker enthusiasm has changed the worldwide poker industry and completed it with new tournaments, platforms, and options, which have been actively used by the players.
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