Steven DannenmannSteven Dannenmann appeared rather abruptly on the poker scene in 2005, coming in second to Joe Hachem's first in the World Series of Poker main event. Having split the $10,000 buy-in with a friend, he then split his prize of $4.25 million. Still not a bad payday for such a newcomer.
Location: Severn, MD, United States
Total Winnings: $4,728,466 (Includes all tournament winnings)
First Place Finishes: 1
Marital Status: Single
Started Playing Poker: December 2003
Favorite Poker Game: No Limit Hold em
Ambition: Chance to take on Joe Hachem again after being well rested... making final table of another large event.
Hobbies: Golfing, Tournament Fishing in Ocean City MD, Flipping Houses, Teaching Poker to newbies
Favorite Movie: Jaws, A Few Good Men
Favorite Music: all kinds
Favorite Place: Venice, Italy, Carribean Islands
Favorite Celebrity: Don Rickles, Trump, Meg Ryan, Jack Nicholson
Poker Players I Respect Most: Mike Matusow, Phil Ivey , and of course my best buddy Joe Hachem
If I could change anything in the world: Give everyone the opportunity at common sense...especially politicians
If I could change anything in the poker world: Have players respect each other at the poker table....make Phil Hellmuth deal the entire world series for 6 straight weeks...while his mouth is duct taped.
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Steven Dannenmann appeared rather abruptly on the poker scene in 2005, coming in second to Joe Hachem's first in the World Series of Poker main event. Having split the $10,000 buy-in with a friend, he then split his prize of $4.25 million. Still not a bad payday for such a newcomer.
Steve is a certified public accountaint from Maryland, is very humble about his recent poker achievements. He remarks that he's merely the "fourth best" player in his regular home game.
Not one for mincing words, Dannenmann drew criticism from numerous professionals after citing the game as "boring." Strange words, perhaps, from someone who works as a CPA for a living.
He’s won 11 Grand Slam titles so far, with the first coming at the French Open in 2005. It’s an event he then went on to win again for the next three consecutive years (2006, 2007...