December 04, 2014 / By index
Norway is endowed with various players who participate in the stormy poker industry where they have performed amazingly. However, one cannot dispute the poker industry there is at its fledgling stages and is on the verge of maturing into a robust industry , players like Johnny Lodden have left no stone unturned to squeeze out substantial earnings and prizes from a swollen gambling industry.
Lodden plays at the blooming online poker platforms where he has not walked home empty-handed. This has not emanated from clinching the highly coveted prizes but through perspicacious bets. Being a Norwegian, his achievements are impressive owing to the poverty of top-notch players from the EU who can challenge the lofty Americans.
Lodden has managed thirteen cashes at the EPT, managing a final table in 2008 in Budapest and a 2013 tournament in Monte Carlo. However, his name sufficed as among the most talented poker players when he played at the European Poker Tour Grand Final, Monte Carlo where he loftily led in chips but unfortunately finished 17th where he raked in $73,797. 2013 saw him place third in the EPT Monte Carlo where he took home a colossal €467,000.Lodden placed eleventh during the 2008 WSOP tournament where he pulled in a substantial $86,880. He eventually cashed in a single event during the 2009 WSOP that saw him manage a deep run during the 2010 WSOP. With the array of achievements that he has secured for his resume in the high-profile eking out plethora earnings, the lucrative-nature of poker becomes clear.
He has a fortitude that has seen him accumulate above $1,250,000 in live tournaments by 2013. Lodden is among the players who have managed to achieve various prizes that are considered as highly coveted at the international scale. He is a paradigm for his countrymen and a demonstration on the achievements that they can manage.