Team PokerStars Pro Tony Hachem, brother of Joe Hachem, is eager to get the 2010 WCOOP underway. Winning a bracelet is a "personal goal in poker", Hachem says.
Team PokerStars Pro Tony Hachem, brother of Joe Hachem
, is eager to get the 2010 WCOOP underway. Winning a bracelet is a "personal goal in poker", Hachem says.
As the PokerStars.net WCOOP is closing in, the line-up of pros dedicating themselves to making it big in the record-breaking online series continues to grow. PokerStars' own Tony Hachem, much in line with his job as a house pro, sees the upcoming series as a chance to fulfill a career goal.
"I really want to take down a WCOOP this year; I feel like I am known as a live player and I would love to prove that I can perform just as well on the virtual felt. A WCOOP bracelet is definitely one my goals in poker and I feel like my game is up to it at the moment" Hachem writes in his latest blog post.
While Hachem might still not be a member of the WCOOP bracelet club, he does have an impressive record as a poker pro
. Last year he made two significant cashes during the WSOP, one of these in the Main Event. Earlier this year he also took the title at the ANZPT Perth in his native Australia, cashing in $121,523, the biggest win of his career.