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Andy Bloch was born on 1 June, 1969 in New Haven, Connecticut, United States, is an American poker player. Discover Andy Bloch's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?

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Age 52 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 1 June 1969
Birthday 1 June
Birthplace New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Nationality Las Vegas, Nevada

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Bloch won his first WSOP bracelet on June 2, 2012, in a $1,500 Seven Card Stud event. The event started with 367 players and ended with a final table that included David Williams and Barry Greenstein. He defeated Greenstein in heads-up play to win the bracelet and $126,363.


As of 2009, his total live tournament winnings exceeded $4,200,000. His 24 cashes as the WSOP account for $2,149,821 of those winnings.


In March 2008, Andy Bloch finished runner-up to Chris Ferguson in the NBC National Heads-Up Poker Championship. He would defeat Ferguson later that year in Season 5 of Poker After Dark.

Bloch finished runner-up to Nenad Medić in the $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em World Championship at the 2008 World Series of Poker, earning $488,048.


At the 2006 World Series of Poker, Bloch finished second in the $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event when his 9 ♣  8 ♠ failed to improve against David "Chip" Reese's A ♣  Q ♣ in the final hand, on a board of J ♠  7 ♣  7 ♠  4 ♥  4 ♠ . The heads-up battle lasted 286 hands and was the longest recorded in WSOP history.

In 2006, he defeated Phil Laak heads up to win the Pro-Am Poker Equalizer, taking the grand prize of $500,000. The tournament was broadcast in early 2007 on ESPN.

Bloch donated 100% of his winnings on Full Tilt Poker to various charities around the world. After qualifying for the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event via a tournament on the website, Bloch decided that any money he won in the event would go directly to charity. He is also contributing $100,000 of his winnings from the Pro-Am Equalizer to charities working in Darfur.


His law career got delayed even further after making two WSOP final tables in 2001, a first-place finish back at Foxwoods in 2002 (playing seven-card stud), and two World Poker Tour (WPT) final tables during its first season, finishing third both times. In 2005, Bloch chose to boycott the WPT in protest of its player release process. Bloch returned to the WPT after a lawsuit initiated by seven high-profile poker players, including Chris Ferguson and Phil Gordon, was settled in 2008.


In 1997, Bloch skipped the last week of law school classes to play in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event. He was the guinea pig in a low-tech hole card cam trial. Tom Sims was looking for a volunteer to "sweat" and record all his hole cards, and Bloch agreed. His records turned into a two-part CardPlayer Magazine article. After passing the bar exam in 1999, Bloch decided to delay his law career and went back to playing poker.


Bloch started playing poker seriously in 1992, entering some small $35 weekly tournaments once a month. By the end of the year, he had won one of the World Poker Finals tournaments, a $100(US) entry fee no-limit Texas hold'em tournament. That was the first time he ever played no-limit Texas hold 'em.


Andrew Elliot Bloch (born June 1, 1969) is a professional poker player. He holds two electrical engineering degrees from MIT and a JD from Harvard Law School.