Jamie Gold Poker Room at the All-New Tropicana Las Vegas.
At the poker table, Jamie Gold was arrogant, snobbish, and a generally bad person as he disregarded rules of politeness and etiquette. Because of this, he may be the most despised Main Event champions in the history of the game. At the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event, Jamie Gold was an unwanted presence. He constantly annoyed the other players with his attitude, he would tell people what.
In 2006, Jamie Gold, who lives in Malibu, CA, won the World Series of Poker. While his win was impressive, it was not without some negative publicity.
The Jamie Gold Poker Room will feature tons of promotions and contests to really mark the Tropicana as a premier place to play poker on the Las Vegas strip, which is unbelievably competitive with over 20 world class poker rooms within a 30 minute walk. One of the main promotions that they will be running is a “play with Jamie” day where you’ll be able to play in a game against gold for.
Jamie Gold is an American television producer, a talent agent, and poker player.
In a blink of the eye, the much ballyhooed Jamie Gold Poker Room at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas is no more after only one month. The poker room is still open.
Several of the top poker pros were in attendance and hoping their team would win the tournament. Tom McEvoy, Phil Hellmuth, Jerry Yang, Johnny Chan and Jamie Gold each had teams in the tournament.
The Redemption of Jamie Gold. 16 April 2009. August 11th 2006. The Pallazzo Suites, The RIO, Las Vegas. Bluff is attempting to conduct an interview with a newly crowned world champion, who bounds animatedly around the room in an attempt to explain exactly what had happened to him during the previous ten days of poker, his eyes wide with incredulity. His enthusiasm is charming, his laughter.