|Residence||Stanmore, United Kingdom|
|Born||1981 (age 37–38)|
|World Series of Poker|
His biggest victory came in the 2010 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event, where he won $1,313,611 and became the first British champion of that event. He held pocket 10s against Fabrizio Baldassari's pocket 5s on the last hand to win the championship. A former banker for Citigroup, he left banking for poker in his mid-20s. Apart from that he has a lot cashes coming from the WSOP. Plus a second place in the Shootout - Invitational Aussie Millions Event, for more than $140,000.
Preferring high-stakes games to tournaments, Bord describes himself as a "mixed game cash player," usually playing high-low games. When in Las Vegas he plays in $300–600 or $400–800 games at the major poker venues. He has cashed in eight other WSOP events, the best being sixth in the 2008 no limit 2-7 lowball. As of April 2018, his lifetime live tournament winnings are $4,304,535.
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