partypoker ambassador and former British pro boxer Carl Froch showed the other poker pros that he still has what it takes to knock down his opponents.
Carl Martin Froch, a popular super-middleweight pro boxer active from 2002 to 2014 and currently works as a boxing analyst and commentator for Sky Sports, has decided to launch a new career in 2015, and that is, to play poker. A few years later, it sure looks like he's doing pretty well in the poker world.
Over the weekend, Froch "The Cobra" emerged as the top winner of partypoker's online Power Series High Roller event, the $530 MTT, to win the first place cash prize of $12,040 and his very first Power Series title. There were 73 other players who participated.
Considered a humble amount for a high roller level, still this prize money is worth more than twice the ex-boxer's earnings in the live felt.
Becoming an ambassador for partypoker back in 2015, the 41-year-old from Nottingham, UK had accumulated $6,177 plus $5,863 (being the last man standing) as the Power Series High Roller ended.