Money finish(es) 6
Residence Stockholm, Sweden
Name Ken Lennaard
|Born 29 May 1971 (age 44) (1971-05-29)|
Highest ITMMain Event finish 34th, 2003
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Ken Richard Douglas Lennáard (born 29 May 1971) is a Swedish professional poker player, based in Stockholm, Sweden. He was also the chairman of the Swedish Poker Federation until he resigned in October 2006.
- Ken lenna rd halsar vinare p 12 sekunder
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His continued exposure to the European poker tournament circuit led to his appearance in season 5 of Late Night Poker. He finished 2nd to Padraig Parkinson in his opening heat, qualifying him for the semi-final won by Joe Beevers. In Late Night Poker's sixth season, he defeated Victoria Coren in the heads-up confrontation to win his heat, qualifying for the grand final won by Peter Costa.
At the 2003 WSOP, Lennaárd cashed in the $10,000 no limit hold'em main event, finishing in 34th place for $35,000.
Lennaárd defeated Ben Roberts to win his heat of the William Hill Poker Grand Prix, qualifying him for the grand final where he finished in 5th place.
Lennaárd was also the team captain for Sweden in both the Poker Nations Cup and the PartyPoker.com Football & Poker Legends Cup.
As of 2008, his total live tournament winnings exceed $830,000.
Lennaárd is a former child actor, and had a role in the movies Hela långa dagen (1979) and Blomstrande tider (1980).
Lennaárd earned his "Thimble" nickname after finishing 2nd in a Swedish Monopoly competition, an achievement described by "Barmy" Barny Boatman as being equivalent to being the "second best-looking bloke in ABBA."