Confidence backed up with a career worth of results.
Brian Roberts's Biography
Brian Roberts, known as flawless_victory online, began his poker career back in 2002 playing Limit Hold'em in Houston card clubs. Before long, he progressed into Pot-Limit Hold'em and then Pot-Limit Omaha. Once he discovered online poker, his career began to take off.
Playing on Partypoker, Brian started to focus more on his online game and he quickly progressed from $5/$10 NL and worked his way to stakes as high as $500/$1,000. From 2002 to 2007, Brian crushed every game that he frequented in both NL Hold'em and PL Omaha.
Things changed for Brian in 2008 as he experienced a massive downswing and had to move down in stakes in order to rebuild his bankroll. He focused primarily on $25/$50 until around 2011 when Black Friday cause many of those game to dry up.
Brian's success has not been limited to online play. Brian first started making a name for himself in the live poker community in 2008 when he finished 19th in the $10,000 Heads-Up World Championship at the 2008 World Series of Poker. Two years later, he made headlines when he finished in the elite eight of the $5,300 Heads-Up Championship at Aussie Millions.
Brian's breakout performance in live tournament poker came in 2011 when he made the final table of the WSOP Europe Main Event. He navigated his way through an elite field to finish fourth and earned $534,345. At present, Brian has seven WSOP cashes including his WSOP-E Main Event final table appearance. Brian's lifetime live tournament earnings currently sit at $698,533.
Casual poker fans may recognize Brian from his stint on the reality show 2 Month $2 Million. Airing on G4TV in 2009, the series followed Brian and three roommates as they tried to earn $2 million in two months playing online poker. The series ran for ten episodes and gave fans an insight of what it's like to be an online professional.
At present, Brian focuses primarily PLO cash games at $5/$10 and $10/$20 online. In addition, Brian is now a coach with Ivey League. When asked how he got into coaching, he revealed, "Coaching is a way to help keep my game sharp, and it's a lot of fun!"
On Ivey League Brian will focus on helping student learn how to win at PLO cash games at stakes ranging from $1/$2 to $3/$6.