Scott Montgomery  World Series of Poker Final Table

Twenty-six year old Scott Montgomery, has his reservation to the 2008 World Series of Poker Final Table. He'll be playing with 19,690,000 in front of him, hailing  from Seat 5. Montgomery cash very big in this years WSOP, in fact, he has accumulated more than $1.3 million in tournament earnings this year alone, and the greatest game is yet to come. Montgomery worked his way to this years WSOP Main Event becoming one of the contenders of the 2008 November nine. Montgomery have a shot to play for in excess of $9 million in addition to the a shot at the winning the most enviable bracelet in the game of No Limit Holdem poker   Main Event bracelet winner.

Scott Canadian born and raised, initially began as a poker player just four years back, when he was an English teacher in Japan. When Montgomery wasn't using his time teaching others back then, The teacher, who got his Bachelor of Mathematics Degree at the University of Waterloo in Ontario Canada was the one doing the learning. Scott used all of his free moments playing poker and studying  poker strategy book that crossed his path.

Seems that  was a good World Series of Poker plan, as Scott Montgomery ground his entry to the 2008 WSOP Final Table.

One of Mr. Montgomery's 1st significant wins of 2008 was achieved the WPT s L.A. Poker Classic $9.9K NL Hold  em title event. Scott earned the final table, seated across the poker table from  soon to be named winner and familiar face professional poker player Phil Ivey before finishing in 5th place and gaining over $296K.

Before to the Main Event, Scott  lasted late and made the money in three  Hold-em tournaments during the 2008 World Series, not withstanding a 16th place finish at the  Heads-Up World Championship. In these three tournaments, Scott took home an impressive $73K.

Montgomery's 2008 Series had only just began out of the 6,844 hopefuls who entered in the Main Event, Scott ground his way to the main event table, sealing the deal for his chair amongst the November Nine.

Like to play with Montgomery as he perfects his World Series strategies before the big event this month? Meet him online at Full Tilt .