Alex developed an instant love for poker playing cash games in high school with his friends. When he moved to attend University, he discovered online poker, and has been playing professionally—both live and online—for six years now. Alex has seen great success in both arenas, earning over $3M, with online highlights including a $211K TCOOP event win, and a $176K second place win in the Sunday Million. Most recently in the live arena, he won a bracelet in July 2017, along with an $889K pay day to add to his $1.4M first place prize in the High Roller Grand Final in Monte Carlo.