Ian Frazer (poker player)
|Residence||Croydon, United Kingdom|
|World Series of Poker|
Main Event finish
|World Poker Tour|
|European Poker Tour|
Ian "The Raiser" Frazer is an English professional poker player and commentator, chiefly noted for his strong record in shootout poker tournaments. He is based in Croydon and owns Vidette UK Ltd, which has been the subject of a recent controversy as one of their drivers dangerously drove a cyclist off the road in the UK without any repercussions https://twitter.com/mickrogers/status/860767195609137152
Frazer's shootout successes include wins in:
- the 888.com Pacific Poker Open ($500,000) 
- the PartyPoker.com European Open ($125,000)
- Goalpoker.com Champions League of Poker ($17,750)
He also reached the final table of the FullTilt.net Poker Global Poker Challenge, PartyPoker.com Premier League Poker, PartyPoker.com World Open III and PartyPoker.com European Open IV. He also reached the semi-final of the 888.com UK Open IV. He reached the final table of the 2008 Late Night Poker, but was eliminated after calling Andy Black's all-in, his A 10 losing out to Black's AK. He described it as a 'poxy call' but said he made it as he thought Black looked very nervous.
As of 2008, his total live tournament winnings exceed $1,100,000.
He also regularly commentates on televised poker events.
- "Ian Frazer wins £300,000 in UK Poker Open triumph". thepokerweb.com. Retrieved 2008-02-15.