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  • Diego Cordovez is an American poker player. He has won one World Series of Poker bracelet, and he has 16 WSOP cash finishes including 7 final tables. He has won over $1.4 Million in career tournament winnings. His 16 cashes at the WSOP account for $613,847 of those winnings. Born in New York City in 1965 Cordovez claims to have been introduced to poker by his first-grade teacher, as a way of making basic math seem like fun. At the 2000 World Series of Poker Cordovez won the $2000 no limit Texas hold 'em event, earning more than $290,000 and a bracelet. He defeated English professional poker player and bracelet winner, Dave Ulliott heads-up to win the tournament. The final table also included Phil Ivey, David Pham and Toto Leonidas. Cordovez followed this a couple of months later with another first-place finish at the Legends of Poker no limit hold 'em event. In 2002 Cordovez cashed in another four WSOP events, making the final table in three of them, including a second place in the $2000 SHOE event, losing to Phil Ivey. Wikipedia

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