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Brett 'gank' Jungblut was born on February 28, 1979 in New Jersey's famous gambling mecca Atlantic City to parents who were avid poker players and named him after Brett Maverick from the popular poker TV show Maverick.

Brett who already established himself as one of the top online poker pros, gained international recognition when he won the WSOP 2004 Omaha 8 or better world championship with a buy-in of $5,000 and a first place prize of $186,000.

Brett Jungblut's rise to stardom came as a member of the famous Crew who together took 'The Poker World by Storm' in 2004. ESPN's coverage of the crew during their famous run in the World Series of Poker in 2004 was well documented. The bracelet Brett won followed fellow Crew member Scott Fischman's 2 bracelets in no-limit holdem and HORSE, and Dutch Boyd's 2nd place finish to TJ Cloutier in Razz after Dutch had made a deep run in the 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event. ESPN coverage at the World Series of Poker recognized the beginning of the online poker youth movement into professional live tournament poker.

The Poker Crew

The crew was a group of guys who lived together in LA and each helped coach each other to get better at poker through practice and critique. The crew's popularity even landed them in Rolling Stones Magazine under the title Poker's New World Order. Since then, Dutch Boyd won a bracelet in 6-handed No-Limit Holdem in 2006 heads-up match against the reigning 2005 main event champion Joe Hachem, and crew member Joe Bartholdi won the World Poker Tour $25,000 main event for $3,760,165.

These pictures of Brett Jungblut are of him at the WSOP playing against David Pham, against a nun, with Doyle Brunson, with Annie Duke, and with his famous dread locks. During the 2005 WSOP TV coverage, ESPN showed a clip where the very fashionable Marcel Luske and David Plastik cut his dreadlocks and they picked out a $1,700 suit for Brett to wear to the main event.

Amarillo Slim playing poker with Brett gank JungblutDavid Pham playing agaisnt gankDoyle Brunson and gank also known as Brett JungblutAnnie Duke and Brett Jungblut playing poker

Brett Jungblut has dozens of WSOP cashes and over $400,000 in lifetime live tournament play, some would even say "Gank Owns".  Bluff Magazine Radio called Brett Jungblut the most prolific online poker player today, and he continues to make an impact in online poker by dominating multi-table tournaments and as a poker coach. Brett's down to earth style has been a positive influence to online poker's growth by speaking his mind on issues regarding online poker.

Brett 'gank' Jungblut Professional Poker Player Bio

  • Professional Poker Player since 1997
  • Won over $1 Million playing online poker tournaments: 65+ wins
  • Won Over $400,000 in LIVE tournaments
  • World Series of Poker bracelet winner
  • 26 World Series of Poker Cashes
  • Created Pro Poker School the where you can get Free poker video Lessons
  • Ranked top 5 online poker players by Bluff Magazine/Pocketfives
  • Featured in Cardplayer TV "Poker Tonight" show (06/16/07)
  • Featured In Rolling Stones Magazine (06/02/05)
  • Guest on Bluff Magazine Radio (10/26/05, 6/6/06, 8/29/06, 11/20/06)
  • Featured in Wikipedia
  • Featured interview on Rounders The Poker Show Radio
  • Featured on YouTube "Brett 'Gank' Jungblut - Passin' Through"
  • Writer for Bluff Magazine: Articles: Rebuilding Your Confidence, From Online to Prime Time, Managing A Bankroll, Finding Your Sweet Spot, Broadening Your Horizons, and Multi-Tabling Online
  • Featured in Wicked Chops Poker
  • Member of the ESPN Televised Poker "Crew" with Bobby Boyd, Dutch Boyd - 1 WSOP bracelet, David Smythe, Scott Fischman - 2 WSOP bracelets, Brett Jungblut - 1 WSOP bracelet, Joe Bartholdi (not pictured) - 1 WPT championship

1996 Brett plays internet poker for the first time on Paradise Poker and Planet Poker.
2003 Brett tops Pokerstars monthly tournament leaderboard several times.
2003 Brett enters his first World Series of Poker tournament.
2004 Brett joins Crew alongside Russ 'Dutch' Boyd, Bobby Boyd, Scott Fischman, and a few others. Living together, they tutor each other and collectively improve their skills.
2004 Brett wins World Series of Poker $5,000 buy-in World Championship of Omaha Hi/Lo for $186,000 against a star studded final table.
2004 5 WSOP cashes.
2005 Bluff Magazine ranks Brett top 5 in the world of online poker tournament players.
2005 3 WSOP cashes.
2005 Launches Pro Poker School, the original online poker school.
2006 Focuses Internet poker game on No Limit Holdem Multi-table Tournaments. Wins several $100 No Limit Holdem rebuy events on Pokerstars.
2007 2 WSOP cashes.
2008 Relaunch of Pro Poker School with new interface and new content.
2008 2 WSOP cashes brings his total to 14 WSOP cashes.

Brett Jungblut with dread locks

An incredible field with a combined 14 Bracelets at the final table was not enough to stop Brett from winning his World Series of Poker Bracelet in the 2004 $5,000 buy-in Omaha Hi/Low World Championship.

WSOP Cashes (in the money finish) - 26

2014 45th Annual World Series of Poker

10-Game Mix Six Handed, $1,500 buy-in, 7/2/2014, 15th, $5,947
Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better, $1,500 buy-in, 6/24/2014, 110th, $2,541

2013 44th Annual World Series of Poker

No-Limit Hold'em, $1,500 buy-in, 6/6/2013, 194th, $2,774

2012 43rd Annual World Series of Poker

No-Limit Hold'em, $1,500 buy-in, 6/30/2012, 288th, $2,864
Limit Hold'em, $1,500 buy-in, 6/5/2012, 51st, $3,833
No-Limit Hold'em, $1,500 buy-in, 5/28/2012, 144th, $3,176

2011 42th Annual World Series of Poker

$ 1,500 Seven Card Stud 25th $ 3,113
$1,500 H.O.R.S.E. 35th $ 5,512
$1,500 No Limit Hold'em 62nd $ 8,78
$1,500 No Limit Hold'em 266th $ 3,202

2010 41th Annual World Series of Poker

$ 1,500 No Limit Hold'em 186th $ 3,114

2009 40th Annual World Series of Poker

2009 $,1000 WSOP No Limit Holdem 367th $ 2,434

2008 39th Annual World Series of Poker

$1,500 2008 WSOP Stud H/L 54th $ 2,450

$2,000 2008 WSOP Limit Holdem 44th $ 4,368

2007 38th Annual World Series of Poker

Event 8 - No-Limit Hold'em 37th $11,905.00

2006 37th Annual World Series of Poker

No-Limit Hold'em Shootout 16th $4,805.00
Omaha High-Low 8/OB 20th $7,473.00
Omaha High-Low 8/OB 40th $3,658.00

2005 36th Annual World Series of Poker

Seven Card Razz 19th $2,410.00
No-Limit Hold'em Shootout 12th $11,840.00
Limit Hold'em Shootout 19th $4,035.00

2004 35th Annual World Series of Poker

Omaha High-Low 8/OB World Championship 1st $187,720.00
Omaha High-Low 8/OB 12th $5,160.00
No-Limit Hold'em Shoot Out 39th $2,000.00
No-Limit Hold'em 22nd $7,160.00
Omaha High-Low 8/OB 21st $3,100.00

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These are some of the online tournaments that Brett has won over the last few years.

Date

Tournament

Buy-in

Entries

Rank

Prize

5/9/03 Limit Omaha Hi/Lo $11 117 1 $351
6/5/03 Stud Limit $3 174 1 ?
6/24/03 Omaha Hi/Lo Limit $30 63 1 ?
7/28/03 Omaha Hi/Lo Limit $10 226 1 ?
10/4/03 Hold'em Pot Limit $10 187 1 ?
10/11/03 Omaha Hi/Lo Limit $1 414 1 ?
10/14/03 Stud Limit $50 32 1 ?
10/23/03 Omaha Pot Limit $20 81 1 ?
10/28/03 Omaha Hi/Lo Limit $50 81 1 ?
10/30/03 Hold'em Limit $50 126 1 ?
11/11/03 Hold'em No Limit $50 75 1 ?
11/15/03 Hold'em No Limit $50 98 1 ?
11/17/03 Stud Hi/Lo Limit $20 168 1 ?
11/17/03 Hold'em No Limit $20 722 1 ?
11/22/03 Hold'em No Limit $50 256 1 ?
11/29/03 Omaha Hi/Lo Limit $50 117 1 ?
12/07/03 Stud Hi/Lo Limit $100 55 1 ?
12/11/03 Hold'em Pot Limit $20 280 1 ?
12/13/03 Stud Limit $50 48 1 ?
12/16/03 Hold'em Pot Limit $100 115 1 ?
12/27/03 Hold'em No Limit $100 108 1 ?
12/30/03 Hold'em No Limit $20 189 1 ?
12/31/03 Hold'em Pot Limit $50 135 1 ?
12/31/03 Hold'em No Limit $20 386 1 ?
2/17/04 No Limit Hold'em $22rebuy 536 1 $8,100
4/13/04 Pot Limit Omaha $11rebuy 95 1 $963
4/18/04 No Limit Hold'em $109rebuy 59 1 $5,160
6/11/04 No Limit Hold'em $55 81 1 $1,215
7/10/04 Pot Limit Omaha $215 23 1 $2,300
7/17/04 Limit Omaha Hi/Lo $55 63 1 $945
6/24/04 Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo $11rebuy 115 1 $1,146
9/07/04 Limit Hold'em $33 231 1 $1,906
2/07/05 Pot Limit Omaha $22 117 1 $702
3/23/05 Pot Limit Hold'em $33 243 1 $2,005
3/27/05 No Limit Hold'em $109rebuy 75 1 $6,990
4/21/05 No Limit Hold'em $55 287 1 $3,946
5/13/05 No Limit Hold'em $55 249 1 $3,424
5/16/05 No Limit Hold'em $5.5rebuy 449 1 $2,226
7/05/05 Pot Limit Omaha $22 128 1 $768
7/09/05 Limit Hold'em $33 189 1 $1,701
8/06/05 Pot Limit Omaha $109 45 1 $1,800
8/12/05 Limit Omaha Hi/Lo $22 135 1 $810
8/13/05 Pot Limit Omaha $215 26 1 $2,600
8/19/05 Limit Omaha Hi/Lo $44 144 1 $1,728
8/24/05 Pot Limit Omaha $11 259 1 $712
9/3/05 Pot Limit Omaha $22 165 1 $990
10/29/05 Pot Limit Omaha $109 29 1 $1,160
11/1/05 No Limit Hold'em $22 508 1 $2,540
1/25/06 Pot Limit Hold'em $33 135 1 $1,215
2/27/06 Pot Limit Omaha $55 45 1 $900
3/21/06 No Limit Hold'em $109rebuy 115 1 $13,380
5/1/06 No Limit Hold'em $33 417 1 $3,128
6/22/06 Omaha H/L Pot Limit $20rebuy 166 1 $2,012
8/15/06 No Limit Hold'em $250 29 1 $2,968
10/13/06 No Limit Hold'em $100 96 1 $2,736
10/20/06 Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo $55 112 1 $1,680
10/27/06 No Limit Hold'em $322 57 1 $18,000
12/6/06 No Limit Hold'em $163 460 1 $17,250
2/24/07 No Limit Hold'em $163 295 1 $11,505
3/31/07 No Limit Hold'em $109rebuy 160 1 $18,780
5/10/07 No Limit Hold'em $100 82 1 $2,565
6/2/07 No Limit Hold'em $163 346 1 $12,975
7/21/07 No Limit Hold'em $320 253 1 $20,873
8/15/07 No Limit Hold'em $33rebuy 80 1 $3,852
8/19/07 No Limit Hold'em $100 18 1 $535
10/2/07 No Limit Hold'em $109 303 1 $7,575
10/3/07 No Limit Hold'em $55rebuy 108 1 $3,765
07/15/08 Pot Limit Omaha $55 36 1 $666
08/08/08 No Limit Hold'em $22 324 1 $1,264
08/24/08 Pot Limit Omaha $55 102 1 $1,275
12/29/08 No Limit Hold'em $12 180 1 $594
01/02/09 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo $109 81 1 $2,430
01/07/09 No Limit Hold'em $75 379 1 $6,848

Brett is available for poker coaching via Skype. Get one-on-one lessons about strategies and techniques you can use to win poker tournaments. If you have a poker question you can easily reach him at his Poker School community forum.

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