Yevgeniy Timoshenko is Ukrainian but has outstanding performance
The casinos have advanced in the recent past at a jackrabbit pace. It has seen the inclusion of top-notch players from different parts of the world. Ukraine though not vibrant in poker has managed to produce poker stars imbuing international eminence.
On the best players who has flown the Ukrainian flag against the background of its ongoing crises is Yevgeniy Timoshenko. He is domiciled in Seattle in the US and plays in principal international poker circuits. He plays in a wide array of poker games at the global plane and has left an indelible spot in these events.
What’s more, Timoshenko has also played online where he has gained accolades as well as plethora earnings midst fierce competition and multitudes of poker professionals. He boasts exceptional accolades and top earnings in his lengthy experience in the poker industry.
He propelled to the hegemony of heroic players when he notched the top prize at the World Poker Tour Championships Season #7 that saw him wring out a bounty $2,149,960. Timoshenko has also won the Asian Poker Tour in 2008 where he clinched the Macau title for a stupendous $500,000. This was followed by another notable performance in 2011 when he played at the WSOP $25,000 NLHE heads-up Championships to rake in $525,980. He later placed 4th after having final tabled at the World Series of Poker tournament where he walked away with $206,348. Recently in 2013, he played formidably well when he finished 22nd to take out 4285,408. He was also the winner of the SuperHighRoller Aussie Millions in 2014 in the $100,000 Buy-In Main Event which is the biggest in the tournament’s history. His total earnings in live events were rated to be above $6,490,000.
On the other side of the spectrum, Timoshenko participates in the Full Tilt Poker where he plays as “bballer88” and in PokerStars.com his screen name is “Jovial Gent”. There his mettle sufficed after he clinched the first title in the WCOP (World Championship of Online Poker) outlasting a field of 2,144 entrants to take home $1,715,200. He has ripped off more than $4.7 million online cashes.