With the tremendous vibrancy of poker online, numerous youthful professionals have emerged from different corners of the world to topple veterans. These young pros are a threat at major global poker events and tournaments where they take down a table out of the blue. Dominik Nitsche is a versatile young professional who has accumulated millions by betting online and on live events. Unlike the US whizz kids, he is German and has played online for high stakes and managed outstanding winnings. His hyped moves were insidious until he acquired global attention. He has won online games and left an ineradicable legacy in the gambling industry.
His formidable win came in the Full Tilt Poker in 2008; he settled for a second position and walked away with $60k. His frequent final tables in prominent events like the Sunday 500 Pokerstars.com and the Sunday-Tuesday are also illustrative of his enviable skills. As of 2014, he had amassed more than $2m from the Pokestars.com jackpot and $1.05m on the Full Tilt Poker. In a similar vein, he did triumph at the $5,200 NLHE tournament and parceled $381,030. His greatest fledgling scores is evident in 2009 where he got €82,034 and was 4th to get €53,390 during the European Finals of Poker main-event. To buttress his unique aptitude, Dominik Nitsche has participated at the WSOP, Las Vegas. He began the series leaning on cashes-in at the No Limit Hold’em, winning a golden bracelet and pocketing $654,797. Winning such series of events is what has cemented his reputation in poker.
In 2013, he won the European Poker Tour €990 NLHE San Remo, Italy to get €35K. This was followed by his win at the No Limit Hold’em WPT in Johannesburg, South Africa, amassing above $206K. He also took down the WSOP Atlantic City, 2014 and scooped $352,800 adding another gold bracelet in his trophy case. The young Dominik Nitsche has a bright future in poker, with his crawling stage tactics; he can win more global-based events.