The publicity of The RP’s successful journey through the World Series of Poker never seems to end. This week, Gaming Today magazine featured his impossible run:
Jonathan Miller, the former Kentucky state treasurer, had to set aside his interest in poker playing while serving as a politician. But, once his service ended, the lawyer made his way to Las Vegas to participate in the World Series of Poker.
The move was lucrative.
Miller entered one of the No-Limit Hold’em tournaments that started with 4,620 players. He was fortunate enough to make the final table and even worked his way up to finish third.
His cash reward was $69,896.
Now he will have to decide whether his law practice should take precedent over his poker playing.
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