Hall of Fame member and legendary poker pro Dewey Tomko sits down at his local casino in Orange City, the Orange City Racing and Card Room to open up to PokerNews. He shares advice on how to manage to stay in poker for fifty plus years.
Tomko shares stories of being offered almost a million dollars a year to run a room for Steve Wynn. Playing golf for a million dollars. How Stu Unger played poker and how he saw poker. He shares about his ultimate partnership with Doyle Brunson. Did you know that Tomko was the player who came in runner-up in the World Series of Poker that Jack Strauss won which made famous the expression “chip and a chair!”
You don’t want to miss this interview full of insights, humor, warnings and gratitude. From pool halls at 15 years old, to being in the Poker Hall of Fame Dewey Tomko shares all.