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Nick Petrangelo

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Episode 229-Nick Petrangelo

It's About Time with Amit Dev Handa

In this episode, Amit talked to friend, client and world class poker player, Nick Petrangelo. They talked about how they met, family, Las Vegas, Watches and so much more in this easy and fun convo.  Amit would love to help you with all your watch needs. He does charge a $150 consultation fee. This fee is for his time. However, if you purchase a watch through Amit within a year, he does apply the $150 towards the purchase of a watch.

40mins

12 Jan 2021

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Poker Stories: Nick Petrangelo

Poker Stories

Nick Petrangelo is a poker pro from Massachusetts who broke out onto the high-stakes tournament scene back in 2015 with numerous final tables, including a second-place finish in the $100,000 buy-in Five Diamond World Poker Classic high roller for more than $1 million. Since then, the 31-year-old former hockey and golf standout has been a consistent force on the high roller circiuit, amassing $9.4 million in live tournament cashes. In 2017 alone, he finished second in PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $25,000 high roller for $740,032, won the Aussie Millions $100,000 high roller for $665,734, and also took down the $25,000 PokerStars WCOOP high roller for another $624,676. Highlights from this interview include living in extremes, why high roller fish are better players than regular fish, being 'less chill' in a hockey game, why tournaments > cash games, not being dollar motivated, a six-figure slow roll, a short stint as a bank teller, wanting the farm in Vermont and table draw confidence.

1hr 11mins

11 Dec 2017

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2015 WSOP: Nick Petrangelo Wins $3,000 Shootout

Card Player TV

Nick Petrangelo emerged victorious in event no. 4 of the 2015 World Series of Poker, the $3,000 no-limit hold’em shootout event. For the win the 28-year-old from Feeding Hills, MA was awarded the $201,812 first-place prize and his first WSOP gold bracelet. Card Player TV caught up with him at his bracelet ceremony to learn more.

1 Jun 2015