Layne Flack The Fast and Furious Pro
Layne Flack is one of the youngest players in the pro poker circuit. He is known for playing furiously and he has exhibited this type of playing diligent style. He plays with confidence and he never seems faze even with the most formidable opponents. He was tagged as a match boy and dynamo in action on the world’s poker tour. However, his start-up career in poker was not easy and as successful in it is not today.
Flack won enough world series of poker wristbands that include the 2003 $ Hold’em 1500 Shootout and the $ 2500 Omaha Hi / Lo. He was dubbed “Back to Back Flack” when he won at the No-Limit of $ 1500 and the No-Limit of $ 2000 Hold’em in 2002. Flack style adjustments that play perfectly to the game of the game applicable to the No- Hold’em limit. Flack’s philosophy in playing No-Limit is to do the opposite of everything you think, which was published in the card player magazine. Layne Flack was born in the fast city, South Dakota in 1969.
He learned his first poker lessons from his grandparents when he was quite young. He later became a casino dealer and had found his calling. He decided to pursue a career at stake. After working his work hours, Flack will go through one casino to another to learn his skills. After some time, he was promoted to the night manager. However, Flack just could not keep up with the work schedule and playing in different casinos, so he decided to quit his job to pursue his poker career. A little later, Flack lifted a notch and started playing favorable.
Johnny Chan made friends with Layne Flack when he was already on the pro poker circuit. Chan helped him develop his skill and improve his game. Chan was also always there for Flack, especially during bad times. There was once a time when Flack lost big-time and Johnny was telling him to sleep him off and he stake his game on the next day. Flack got the encouragement he needed and could recover his losses on the day of the game. The deal with Chan was 50% of the win and pay-up. The Huck seed also became Flack’s mentor. They were contemporaries, and the seed is a great favorable too.
Layne Flack has always been an individual of the party and he loves drinking and celebrating. But in early 2000, he started drugs. He was then rehabilitated in 2004. His friend and pro poker player, Daniel Negreanu shouldered the $ 80,000 bill for the treatment. Layne Flack recovered and has back to play gone on the tables again. His recent win was in Pot-Limit 1500 of $ Hold’em, where he finished second and took home $ 185,855.