Amir Vahid Passed Away
Posted on January 11, 2010 by John Trevors for Luckyroom.com
Amir Vahid, WSOP Bracelet holder and finalist in the WSOP 2003 has passed away earlier this week at the age of 57 years. In the early hours of January 10th, Mark Seif wrote in his blog: “I have just learned from close friends Amir Vahid that died in Las Vegas on January 8, due to complications related to the levels of sugar in his blood. Vahid suffered from diabetes and every indication shows that his illness was the cause of his death. Vahid was Iranian and in 2001 took the title of “NL Texas Hold’em” Player of the Year. In 2003 came close to winning the same title. That year, he finished 6th in the WSOP Main Event earning $ 250,000 and had won his first bracelet (again in 2003) in a side-event, of NL Texas Hold’em, reaping even $ 270,000. He was also the champion of the 3rd season of the Ultimate Poker Challenge. His profits from poker tournaments were more than $ 3,250,000 of which $ 671,216 from the 9 cashes he carried out in the WSOP.
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