Howard Andrew is a professional poker player for more that 35 years, settled in Walnut Creek, CA, United States He is well-known to the people from the World Series of Poker tournament that took place in 1976 when he won 2 bracelets in the same year. In his professional experience he has 2 first places, 83 cashes and total winnings of $369,965.
His best success was in the 7th Annual World Series of Poker, in 1976 where he won his first bracelet in the $2,500 No Limit Hold'em, earning $28,000, and his second bracelet in the $1,000 No Limit Hold'em with prize of $23,600. Howard Andrew also has more than eight second places in different big tournaments. His first second place is at the 5th Annual Diamond Jim Brady in 1989, where he took the second place with $19,750. Howard Andrew also took part in Costa Rica Classis – WPT Season 1, where finished second again, walked away with $10,135.In 2005 at Harrah’s Las Vegas Poker Tournament he was again second with final prize of $31.137.
Howard Andrew has also participated in the World Series of Poker – the 36th and 38th Annual World Series of Poker where he took 34th and 36th place. Besides that, in 2004 Howard Andrew won 4th place, earning $14,670 at 2004 Plaza Ultimate Poker Challenge. In 2006 he took part three times in the World Poker Challenge - WPT Season 4, winning 8th, 9th and 18th positions. In 1992 Howard Andrew participated 5 times in the 2004 Plaza Ultimate Poker Challenge. There he had a big success, taking 4th, 5th, 6th and 11th positions, earning more than $9000.
Winning 2 bracelets in a same year and with his big professional experience, Howard Andrew will probably be a big name in the poker for a long time in the future.