ClubWPT Qualifier Heads to WPT Jacksonville bestbet Fall Poker Scramble

Aerospace engineer, real estate agent, poker player. Add “Club WPT qualifier” to that list and you have an accurate description of Tim N., who just touched down in Jacksonville to claim the seat he won on ClubWPT for WPT Jacksonville bestbet Fall Poker Scramble. The 46-year-old currently lives in Yorba Linda, Calif., and has been…

Matt Clark
Nov 7, 2012

Aerospace engineer, real estate agent, poker player. Add “Club WPT qualifier” to that list and you have an accurate description of Tim N., who just touched down in Jacksonville to claim the seat he won on ClubWPT for WPT Jacksonville bestbet Fall Poker Scramble.

The 46-year-old currently lives in Yorba Linda, Calif., and has been playing poker in some form or another since 2006 and started in casinos and online in 2008. While he only started playing on ClubWPT three months ago, he is already all the way across the country on World Poker Tour’s dime and playing for the chance to win a sizable chunk of change. With a wife of 25 years and two kids at home, he’ll be looking to do them proud when he takes on some of the biggest names in poker this Friday, including Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth.

With a payday of $116,000 already under his belt from a major online poker tournament, Tim is no stranger to playing for big money and will be aiming to best that payday when he sits down at bestbet Jacksonville.

“I just want to play well,” said Tim. “It would be awesome to win it.”

Tim joins the already impressive list of pros that will be heading to Jacksonville over the next couple of days to take advantage of the popularity of poker in Florida recently. During WPT Season X, World Poker Tour events in Jacksonville awarded almost $3 million in prize money over the span of two tournaments and WPT Jacksonville bestbet Fall Poker Scramble in Season XI looks to be no different.

Make sure to stay up to date on all of the action from bestbet Jacksonville with WPT Live Updates, and keep an eye on Tim… he could go all the way.