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Players may recognise the name Dani Stern due to the student poker player’s recent appearance on the popular television show “Two Months Two Million”.

Born in 1987 Dani is a young 21 year old student poker player graduate from Montreal’s McGill University that has already made his millions from internet poker in just a few years. Dani started out as strictly a recreational student poker player and didn’t have the starting money a lot of interent poker players have today. He deposited his first $50 into party poker in May 2004 and has never re-deposited since.

dani sternPoker for Dani Stern started as fun and then turned into a way to fund his way through college. This changed after Dani came second in a $20 internet poker tournament on Party Poker netting himself a healthy $3400. Dani really started to see the money making potential in online poker and started to play it much more seriously. After starting to play serious internet poker games in early 2006, Dani Stern is now known as Ansky451 on Full Tilt Poker and that name has a reputation of one of the hardest internet poker players in the world to beat. Players can also follow student poker player Dani Stern on PokerStars with the screen name supernova9.

Dani Stern is primarily a shorthanded cash player that grinded up from the lower limits and in just 4 years of playing now plays at around the $25/50 level however he has been known to play up to $500/1000 if a juicy game is going. It is rare to find such a good cash game player to have over six hundred thousand dollars worth of tournament winnings but then again Dani is no ordinary player. Large tournament wins for Dani include coming second in the WCOOP second chance tournament taking home over sixty three thousand dollars as well as coming 6th in the twenty five thousand dollar entry heads up champion ship taking home in excess of ninety five thousand dollars.

Since being recognised in the online professional world Dani has gone from strength to strength. He can be found as a guest professional on pokersavvyplus.com making training videos as well as constantly crushing the 25/50$ games, and as mentioned earlier he’s even the star of the television program Two Months Two Million. Dani offers great advice through his articles and videos and one of his most famous bit of advice is that out of all the successful 6 max players a few of them to don’t play heads up but most of them will play heads up and be good at it. In order to become a great six max player, players must also practice at heads up play due to the intensity and variance of the game. There is nothing more intense than playing one on one against another thinking poker player. If a player is looking for a poker success story, none have been as recent or as quick as Dani Stern.

Major Tournaments Honours:

  • 2009 40th Annual World Series of Poker (4th place – $548,315)
    Thursday, May 28, 2009
    40th Annual No-Limit Holdem (Event 2)
    $40,000 buy-in
  • 2008 39th Annual World Series of Poker (31st place – $21,657)
    Friday, June 13, 2008
    World Championship Heads Up No-Limit Hold’em (Event 25)
    $10,000 buy-in
  • 2007 Barcelona Open – EPT Season 4 (56th place – € 10,500)
    Tuesday, August 28, 2007
    EPT No Limit Hold’em Championship
    € 7,700 buy-in
  • Event
  • Place
  • Earnings
  • POY pts
  • 2009 40th Annual World Series of Poker
    Thursday, May 28, 2009
    40th Annual No-Limit Holdem (Event 2)
    $40,000 buy-in
  • 4th
  • $548,315
  • 172.5
  • 2008 39th Annual World Series of Poker
    Friday, June 13, 2008
    World Championship Heads Up No-Limit Hold’em (Event 25)
    $10,000 buy-in
  • 31st
  • $21,657
  • 23.6
  • 2007 Barcelona Open – EPT Season 4
    Tuesday, August 28, 2007
    EPT No Limit Hold’em Championship
    € 7,700 buy-in
  • 56th
  • € 10,500
  • n/a
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