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Mark Newhouse

Nickname(s)  newhizzle
Bracelet(s)  None
Title(s)  1

Final table(s)  3
Name  Mark Newhouse
Money finish(es)  8
Role  Professional Poker Player
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Born  March 11, 1985 (age 30) (1985-03-11)

Highest ITM Main Event finish  9th, 2013, 2014

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Mark Newhouse (born March 11, 1985) is an American professional poker player who made back-to-back final tables at the World Series of Poker Main Event in the 2013 and 2014 finishing 9th both times. He beat a field of 6,352 and 6,683 respectively, outlasting 13,017 people in the process and was the first player to make back-to-back final tables in the Main Event since Dan Harrington in 2003 and 2004. The probability of Newhouse achieving back-to-back final tables is 1 in 524,079 (assuming all players have an equal chance).

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Early life

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Newhouse was born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and was a rebellious teenager. He dropped out of Appalachian State University his second year to pursue poker.

Poker career

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After making a $50 deposit on PartyPoker, Newhouse turned it into over $100,000 in one month and won an additional $100,000 the next month. He dropped out of school and began playing poker full-time. He won the 2006 Borgata WPT No Limit Hold'em Championship Event earning $1,519,020 and made over $2,000,000 his first year playing poker. He lost his winnings within a year and claims to have had poor bankroll management going broke several more times.

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In 2013, Newhouse made the WSOP Main Event final table moving all in pre-flop holding 9 9 against Ryan Riess's A K. The board came K 10 7 7 6 eliminating Newhouse in 9th earning him $733,224. In 2014, he was again eliminated in 9th holding 10 10 against Will Tonking's Q Q after moving all-in on the river with the board showing 2 4 J 4 J. He earned $730,725 for his finish.

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As of 2014, his total live tournament winnings exceed $3,500,000, over $1,600,000 of his total winnings have come from cashes at the WSOP.

References

Mark Newhouse Wikipedia


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