Professional poker players are consumed and carried away by the game so much that most of them hardly great a good deal of time to enjoy their way of living and lead a good life. But exceptions do exist; Bernard Lee is one of them. Lee has been in the professional circuit along with controlling his profession as a MBA professional having passed out of Harvard University and later with a management administration degree from Babson College. His first impressive feat came up in the year 2005 at the WSOP main event as he finished the tournament with the 13th position in his bag. From here he has made a good impact on the game in the professional poker scenario.
Lee’s impressive feat at the WSOP impressed many as he started writing a column on Sunday poker columns for a national newspaper, Boston Herald. His column have been turned into a book titled The Final Table, Volume I. he has also taken part in writing columns in poker sections of ESPN such as Poker Life. Being offered the poker radio show, the success story of this show was inevitable. His exposure to the media did not affect his playing skills as he kept on dazzling on in the year WTP as he won the $5000 no limit hold’em event and again returned to the 2007 World Poker Finals capturing the $2000 no limit hold’em tournament as well.
Bernard Lee has a total of .2 million prize money on his backpack in his entire career in the poker industry. He has also been active in the online poker circuit and has won various events invariably. Keeping beside the profession of poker he has also been teaching business management subjects in high schools and colleges for over a decade. A versatile player at its making; Bernard Lee!