John Falconer (poker player)
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|Born||c. 1955 (age 61–62)|
|World Series of Poker|
Main Event finish
|European Poker Tour|
In October 2004, Falconer finished runner-up to John Shipley in the European Poker Tour (EPT) first season London event, winning £117,000. He finished on the television bubble for the EPT Dublin event later the same month.
In March 2005, Falconer won the PaddyPowerPoker Irish Poker Open event, defeating Alan Betson to take home the €146,000 first prize. Later the same month, Falconer made the semi-finals of the World Heads-Up Poker Championship, losing to Simon Nowab.
His last cash is from the 4th of March 2008. As for June 2015 his total amount of cash is more than $620,000.