Berry Enfield Johnston (born September 25, 1935) is an American professional poker player. He is best known as the 1986 World Champion, but he has also won four other bracelets at the World Series of Poker in addition to cashes and wins in many other tournaments throughout his career.
Johnston won the 1986 World Series of Poker Main Event, and placed 3rd and 5th in the 1982 and 1990World Series, respectively. He has made at least 29 final tables at the WSOP and has finished in the money at least 63 in the money. He has also cashed 10 times in the WSOP Main Event, more than any other player. His most recent cash in the Main Event came in 2007 when he finished in 113th place in a field of over six thousand players, for which Johnston won $58,570. Having cashed in at least one event every year from 1982-2010, Berry holds the record for longest streaks at 29 years.
Johnston cashed three times in the 2008 World Series of Poker, including 10th place in an Omaha Hi/Lo event, and he is currently 42nd on the WSOP all time money list. He is also currently ranked in 4th place for the WSOP all-time cashes list with 57 cashes as of the end of the 2009 series. Like Doyle Brunson and some of the other originals from poker's past, Johnston is still competing at high levels today.