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Matt Glantz -- One of Poker’s Hardest Workers

by Brian Pempus |  Published: Nov 16, 2011


Grinding 12 to 15 hours a day this summer, taking a break only to sleep and eat, poker pro Matt Glantz is always living up to a reputation he has been developing over his nearly decade-long poker career as one of the game’s hardest workers. Glantz’s work ethic is matched by his focus. He isn’t flashy. Providing for his family, the 39-year-old has consistently racked up winnings in some of the biggest cash games in the world, in addition to accumulating $4 million in tournament scores. The elusiveness of longevity plagues many a poker player, but not this east coast grinder who calls the Borgata in Atlantic City home. He is the architect of a $300-$600 mixed game there that runs on a consistent basis. With a shift to tournaments recently, Glantz has proven to be one of the most dangerous players in big buy-in events at the World Series ...

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