1990 | #TBT Gene Fisher wins at Amarillo Slim’s Superbowl of Poker

Amarillo Slim's Superbowl of Poker event winner Gene Fisher

Amarillo Slim’s Superbowl of Poker used to be a fixture on the American poker circuit back in the day. The festival would play host to some of the best in the world, all meeting up in Las Vegas for some fun while enjoying “The Big Game”.

It’s on this day 26 years ago where Gene Fisher, a two-time World Series of Poker Bracelet winner, would defeat four-time bracelet champ Artie Cobb heads-up for the 1K Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo title.

This would mark Fisher’s second win at Amarillo Slim’s Superbowl of Poker, winning his first title in 1997.

Fab Five | 1990 1K 7-Stud Hi-Lo
1. Gene Fisher (USA), $47,600
2. Artie Cobb (USA), $23,800
3. Sam Grizzle (USA), $11,900
4. John Yarmosh (USA), $7,140
5. Jeff Campbell (CAN), $5,950

*Photo credit: TheHendonMob.com

 

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