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Meet Natural8's Team Hot Member - Danny Tang

Jordan C

Aug 14, 2023

Danny Tang

It’s time for us to introduce another Team Hot member, and perhaps one of the most well-known poker players in Hong Kong - Danny Tang! Over the last couple of years, Danny has become a staple of the high roller series and has established himself as one of the top players in the world; collecting a WSOP bracelet along with over $18 million in tournament earnings.

Rise To Fame

Born in Hong Kong and raised in the United Kingdom, Danny started his poker journey by playing low-stakes tournaments in and around the UK and found success early on, finishing second in the £550 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack Main Event in Nottingham for just under $50,000. In 2016, he made his debut at the World Series of Poker, securing five cashes in his first series. 

He would then spend a year travelling around Asia and Europe, playing in a number of different tournament series. His first big breakthrough would come in December 2017, when he won the €10,300 Pokerstars Championship High Roller in Prague for nearly $450,000. After that victory, Danny’s name spread far and wide, and he’s soon come to be known as a dangerous tournament player. Especially since he’s continued to rack up hundreds of thousands of dollars in tournament winnings!

Not only that, but he also won a WSOP bracelet in 2019 when he won the $50,000 No Limit Hold'em - High Roller event for over $1.6 million. His effort and dedication to poker have been fruitful, as he has amassed over $18 million in tournament winnings and is currently #1 on Hendon Mob’s Hong Kong All-Time Money list.

Biggest Accolades

Danny has achieved a number of high-profile tournament wins in his career, from his breakthrough win in the €10,300 Pokerstars Championship to the KRW 5,000,000 No Limit Hold'em - Single Day High Roller in Incheon, South Korea. 

However, his biggest win came a few months earlier, when he won the $50,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller event at the 2019 WSOP to secure his first WSOP bracelet. Danny beat out a murderer’s row of a final table that included Sam Soverel, Michael Addamo, Adrian Mateos, Ali Imsirovic, and Seth Davies to take home over $1.6 million.

In a whirlwind of triumphant performances, Danny Tang emerged as a dominant force in the 2023 Triton Poker circuit, amassing an astonishing four titles within a few months. His journey commenced at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series Vietnam, where he seized victory in the $25,000 No Limit Short Deck Hold'em, securing $427,000 in winnings. His winning streak persisted at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series Cyprus, where he exhibited his prowess in both turbo and short deck formats: the $50,000 No Limit Hold'em - Turbo and the $50,000 No Limit Short Deck Hold'em - Main Event. 

As the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series made its way to London, Dang continued to dominate the scene, triumphing in the $60,000 + $3,600 No Limit Hold'em - 8-Handed event and adding an extraordinary $1.6 million to his already impressive haul. With a total of four Triton titles in a single year, Danny Tang's remarkable achievements have etched his name into poker history, marking him as one of the most formidable players in the high-stakes arena.

As of date, Danny’s total live earnings is at an impressive $18,962,195, with his best live cash at $1,796,498, when he finished second in the HK$1,000,000 Triton Montenegro Main Event after falling at the final hurdle to American poker pro Bryn Kenney.

Summary

Danny has had a stellar 2023 so far, amassing over $5.6 million in tournament winnings so far, and we can’t wait to see what he can achieve in the future.

If you want to make it to the top of the high-stakes tournament world like Danny Tang, you should check out the strategy articles we post on the Natural8 blog. These articles are written by our team of experts and can help you elevate your game to the next level.

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