Digital Desk, New Delhi. When the wheel of luck spins, it makes the king a fakir and a fakir a king and when you try your luck in something you love, your chances of success increase. Something similar happened with 26-year-old Jack Oliver, who worked as a financial analyst at Jaguar Land Rover, who won £2.5 million in poker tournaments. His girlfriend was also present there to encourage Jack.
Jack finished third in the poker tournament, reports The Mirror. After winning the substantial prize money, Jack said, “I think I played really well and that’s what matters to me. It’s going to change my life in some ways. It’s a lot of money. But it’s all for me.” Nothing is there.”
Jack said of poker, “I love this game, so play it and will continue to play poker. I hope to play more poker in the years to come.”
Let us tell you, Jack, a resident of St Albans in Hertfordshire, England, fell in love with the game while studying business management at the university. He has won a total of 87,000 pounds playing poker in the last five years. The top prize in this was £20,000. 6,650 players took part in this poker tournament.
Talking about this tournament, here all the players are given the same number of chips to start the game. Jack managed to enter the last three with 77,300,000 chips but was knocked out by American-born George Holmes. Holmes was ousted by Kore Eldemir, 31, of Germany. Kore Aldemir finished first in the game for which he received a prize of £6 million. George Holmes finished second and Jack in third.