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Raymond Davis

Hometown: Commerce

Country of Origin: United States UNITED STATES

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Raymond Davis

Raymond Davis Bio

Raymond Davis began playing poker in the 80s and was fortunate enough to have John Bonetti as a mentor. He also honed his game from friends Phil Ivey and Paul Darden. With this kind of tutoring and natural talent, Davis became a highly successful tournament player.

His first major tournament cash was in 2002 at the L.A. Poker Classic, but it was in 2003 that Davis really caught fire. He made 19 final tables, with 10 of them being wins. Davis continued racking up five-digit cashes, but his biggest one came at the 2007 World Poker Tour Doyle Brunson Classic. He finished on the televised final-table bubble in seventh place, earning him more than $173,000.