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Howard Lederer lived in a family of 5 in which he liked betting on various card games at a young age. He found himself getting really competitive in these particular card games as he was playing his dad. After graduating from Sr. High school, Howard decided to place higher education on hold for a little while and relocated to New York to participate in some big-time chess. While participating in chess, he was brought in to a poker game going on in the rear of the room. Howard's first 2 years were difficult as he would play countless hours and don't win most times. He earned some additional cash by being an runner for the poker enthusiasts. He believed he might boost his game by analyzing his life away from poker. He made an attempt to get more rest and focus more on the game.

The definite advancement in his skills happened when he started gambling at the Mayfair Club in New York. The Mayfair was a bridge and backgammon club where the the most favorable players would often compete against one another. Howard had access into a number of the greatest minds in chess. With their assistance, Howard would sharpen his strategic thinking abilities. He applied these strategic ideas to the game of No-Limit texas hold'em.

Howard Lederer also assisted his sister Annie Duke learn poker. Annie was a great student of poker as she constantly asked questions about the right way to make the proper choice. He told Annie to move out to Las Vegas and play in the WSOP tournaments. Annie is one of the greatest women players the poker arena has ever seen. Howard headed to Vegas in 1993 and played money games for the successive decade. When the WPT grew in popularity, he made the decision to compete in more tournaments.

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