PokerStars Propels A New Pro
August 20, 2021
Alexander Kravchenko, the Russian wonder that seemed to dominate during the 2007 World Series Of Poker, has just become the newest Team PokerStars Pro. Kravchenko joins an exclusive and increasing international team that includes some of the best poker minds in the game, such as Greg Raymer, Daniel Negreanu, Tom McEvoy, Humberto Brenes, Katja Thater, Gavin Griffin, Chad Brown, and "Papa PokerRoad" Barry Greenstein.

Alex Kravchenko only recently broken onto the mainstream poker scene, yet already he has racked up more than $2,500,000 in tournament earnings, a World Series Of Poker bracelet, and the prestige of being the most successful Russian poker player of all time (in terms of money won). Kravchenko is perhaps most notably recognized for making the TV final table of the 2007 WSOP Main Event, along with fellow PokerStars team members Hevad Khan and Raymond Rahme, where he placed fourth for an impressive cash of $1,852,721.

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