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Name: Andreas Krause
Nickname: HahnimKorb
Born: 1967
Birthplace: Germany
Lives in: Germany
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Andreas Krause a former professional Football player made his first experience with poker in 1996 while being on holidays in Ibiza, Spain. He became serious about poker in 1999 when he won his first poker tournament (European Poker Championship) and since then he's been in love with the game!

He is present at almost all major European tournaments and is known for his special skill in playing low stacks. He is the most persistent German player over the last 10 years and holds several poker records:

-    German Poker player with the most cashes and also 1st places
-    First German in history, who reached the $1M  winnings mark
-    At WSOP 2007 he made 6 cashes and one of them was the Final Table at Event #3, where he ranked 6th.

Here are just a few of his achievements:

-    Best All Around Player 2007 (European Poker Rankings)
-    Best Omaha Player 2005 (European Poker Rankings)
-    Nomination for European Poker Player of the Year 2007 and 2008

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