Jeff Madsen

Jeff Madsen

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Jeff Madsen (born June 7, 1985 in Santa Monica, California) is the third-youngest winner of a World Series of Poker event and the 2006 World Series of Poker player of the year.

Madsen was raised in Los Angeles and lived in the same house until going to college at the University of California, Santa Barbara to study film theory. He now lives in Las Vegas.

Madsen began playing poker at college and won a no limit Texas hold 'em event at the 2006 World Series of Poker. At the age of 21 years and five weeks, he was about six weeks younger than the previous record holder, Eric Froehlich, who won his first WSOP bracelet in 2005. Madsen's victory earned him $660,948. At that time he was the youngest World Series of Poker winner in history until Steve Billirakis became the youngest at the age of 21 years 11 days the following year. Later in 2007, Annette Obrestad broke that record with her win in the Main Event of the inaugural World Series of Poker Europe on the day before her 19th birthday. Obrestad's record cannot be broken in the Las Vegas WSOP because Nevada gaming law mandates a minimum age of 21.

Less than two weeks prior to his victory, Madsen finished third in the $2000 Omaha high-low split event, winning $97,552. Just six days after his first victory, Madsen won his second WSOP title, and $643,381, in the $5000 no limit hold 'em shorthanded event. A few days later he finished third in the $1000 Seven-card stud high low split...
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