CHAUHAN HELPED WILLIAMS WIN

David Williams has contributed his return to form to Sam Chauhan’s mind control techniques.

“I needed some structure in my life,” David Williams explained.

That structure seemingly did wonders. After hiring mindset coach Sam Chauhan, who has become quite popular in the poker industry, everything seemed to go right for Williams.

Just a little while later, he was crowed the winner of the WPT Championship to push his lifetime tournament winnings up to over $7.8 million, good enough for 18th on the all-time list.

WILLIAMS DUMPED BY BODOG

Despite having recently won the WPT Championship while sporting Bodog “colors”, pro player David Williams has been replaced on Team Bodog by Amanda Musumeci. Known online to fellow Bodog players as “Manderbutt”, Musumeci has amassed an impressive $175,000 plus winnings solely playing in multi-table tournaments on the site.

WILLIAMS SPOTS THE TELL

The perennial #2 man, David Williams finally broke through and captured his first major championship –Williams did capture a WSOP bracelet in 7-Card-Stud in 2006. Williams finished 2nd in the 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event, 2nd in the 2004 Borgata Poker Open, as well as two 4th place finishes in WPT events in 2006.

Williams has had numerous big cashes since bursting onto the poker scene, but the $1.5 million firt-place prize-money, along with a WPT Championship, clearly reestablishes Williams as one of the best poker players in the world.

WILLIAMS WINS WPT

There’s a great debate that will rage until the end of time about whether it’s more skillful to win a massive, World Series of Poker main event-esque minefield of a monster event, or conquer an elite but small field. David Williams now has a good excuse to argue in defense of the latter.