In the 2014 World Series of Poker $10,000 NHLE, the final table could not lack a US player like in earlier events.
This year saw Michael Newhouse proceed to the ultimate stage. The US boasts an oasis of latent talent in the poker industry; this has been demonstrated by the excellent performance of players who have played in the major events.
This is not the only event Newhouse has played formidably well. However, he was cast to prominence as he became the pioneer player in the November Nine finalists to have a back-to-back World Series of Poker Main Event. Though awaited for exemplary performance, Newhouse finished ninth in the 2014 WSOP NHLE where he pocketed $730,725.
Newhouse played in the 2013 WSOP Main Event where he placed 9th to garner a massive $733,224. This cemented his standing in the poker owing to his earlier cash in the 2014 WSOP that added a fortuitous $730,725. Meanwhile, he has managed to rake in over $906,093 in the WSOP events while his cashes stood at eight in 2014 hitherto. On the other side of the spectrum, Newhouse has faced obstacles as he had played earlier to plunge into the WSOP but he could not cash in a Main Event. He has continuously featured in the WSOP Main Event from 2006 and boasts formidable performance since then.
Notably, he has managed to amass a whacking $2,776,172 exclusively in live events. In the foregoing, one cannot sandbag him as he has distinct fortitude and courage as he never gives in and retire from the tumultuous significant international poker events. His ninth position that earned him a remarkable $730,725 in the WSOP is his best but he can advance. The world will await his participation in the future international poker circuits, in the 2014 WSOP, Swedish Michael Jacobson ousted all players to clinch the top title. This shows Newhouse has the latent potential to emerge first in the coming years if he adheres to his skillful play and horn skills further.