Perry Friedman popularly known as “The Baiter” on the poker screens, he does not belong to any professional poker background. He is truly a Roshambo champion, winner of Chip Castle Building, member of team Tiltboys.
He has done his graduation in a Bachelor of Computational Science and Science in Mathematical and a Masters in Computer Science from Standford University. He became professional player from the year 2000; his favorite game is Seven-Card Stud. He is jester at poker tables. He is famous for non-stop chattering and even for bets on each hand without considering the situation. His fried factor is always embarking on the tables against his peer poker players.
In the 31st year of the World Series of Poker 2002 he marked his beginning as one of the promising carrier poker players, he stood 3rd by winning cash prize of $37,750 from the event $2,500 Seven-Card Stud. He achieved his most notable accomplish win when he successfully achieved first bracelet at $1,500 Omaha Hi/Lo Split in the 33rd tournament of World Series of Poker 2002, held in the city of live Las Vegas, here he earned cash of $176,860. In that same year Friedman made final table by occupying 4th place and by scoring $16,140 at the WSOP event $2,000 S.H.O.E. In San Jose event of Shooting Star he stood 4th at the $500 Limit Hold’Em 2003. In Los Angeles final day of the event WPT $5,000 No Limit Hold’Em he stood 9th and raised his bankroll with $49,575.
Presently he is working under Software Company named Tiltware, this company makes online poker game software for several online poker gaming sites. His actual cash winning amount is nearly around $570,000. He quoted at his Tiltboy website that, at the time of my betting the position is superposition of winning the table round or losing hands at table round.