Former player of Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Saint Louis Rams, Carnell “Cadillac” Williams played seven years in the prestigious NFL. Offensive rookie of the year, the running back has become a coach but his other passion is poker.
The American won a tournament in Seminole Hard Rock Tampa for $16,915 there are a few bears, his biggest career cash yet. Drafted in 2005, the US player dominated a field of 185 players in a $400 entry tournament. Runner-up of the Triple 30’s No Limit Hold’em, Ryan Hogan will console himself with a 5-figure gain of $10,430.
Seminole Hard Rock Tampa Saturday Triple 30’s
|1||carnell williams||Auburn, AL||$16,915|
|2||Ryan Hogan||Winter Garden, FL||$10,430|
|3||Karl Manouchakian||Tampa, FL||$7,190|
|4||Pasquale Hudson||Dade City, FL||$5,090|
|5||Jason Block||Merrick, NY||$3,710|
|6||Manelic Minaya||Tampa, FL||$2,780|
|7||Jonathon Defaria||Winter Garden, FL||$2,150|
|8||Donald Brown||Clearwater Beach, FL||$1,720|
|9||Jason Goldman||Port Charlotte, FL||$1,410|
This is the 4th HendonMob line for the former player, the third in Florida since it was in 2013 that he opened his record with a $200, the Pompano Beach Isle Open.
Carnell Williams’ last ITM dates back to 2018 and a cash at the Seminole Hard Rock Tampa on a $250 entry tournament. It is his second victory on the circuit since he had won the Spring Break Poker Classic at $300 for $7,753 in 2015.
Coach for the third year in a row at the University of Aubrun, Williams is not the only former NFL to find pleasure in poker. The former New England Patriot, and member of the Hall Of Fame, has accumulated nearly $650,000 on the poker circuit. On his side Calais-Campbell was this year in Las Vegas for the WSOP…
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