When one is flipping the poker books for English top-notch players of all time, you cannot skip the profile of Charidimos (Harry) Demetriou. Charidimos has played vibrantly at the international poker circuits where his accomplishments have seen him sail through up the ladder.
A cursory glance at his resume reveals he has both winnings and losses; however, his gains outweigh the failures to a great extent. In fact, his simple poker resume is a paradigm for upcoming players who may give up owing to substantial losses innate in gambling.
Charidimos has final tabled at high-profile poker tournaments where he has reaped great rewards, this includes the WSOP, WPT and Worlds’ Heads-Up Championship.
At the fore of his resume is the 2002 WSOP where he managed a 3rd position in the $2,000 No Limit Texas Hold’em Main Event to walk away with $80,200. He also played at the 2004 World Series of Poker tournament where he emerged 18th to pocket $147,500. The next year, he finished runners-up in the $2,500 Short-Handed NLHE tournament to take home $163,850. In 2006, he final tabled again in the same event but placed 6th.
On the World Poker Tour side, Charidimos has final tabled at the WPT Season #2 Invitational Event where he placed fifth. He also managed a second final table at the World Poker Tour ultimate table Season five. By the same token, Demetriou he has shown up at the Poker Million, World Heads-Up Poker Championship and Aussie Millions where he has played amazingly well. He has also been declared winner of the Victor Poker Cup.
As of 2013 hitherto, his overall live tournament earnings exceeded $2,100,000. His multiple WSOP cashes have contributed $593,544 of his overall winnings. If he plays again, one can contemplate excellent performance; however, he ranks among the most successful English poker pros of all time.