One thing that we have to admire about the Poker Hall of Fame is that they don’t waste a lot of time. Last month, they announced their Finalists and on November 6, the induction will take place for those selected will take place at Binion’s Gambling Hall.
As you may have guessed, that selection took place today.
Jennifer Harman and John Juanda will become the 49th and 50th members of the Poker Hall of Fame. Two days after their induction, the World Series of Poker will take place at the Rio Casino.
Harman, a native of Reno, is one of two women to win a World Series of Poker bracelet twice. The 50 year old sat at the final table at the World Series twelve times.
Juanda is originally from Indonesia and now makes his home in Marina del Rey, California. The 44 year old won five WSOP bracelets and sat at the final table thirty times.
We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to congratulate the new inductees to the Poker Hall of Fame and the Hall in general for their swift practices…much like the game itself!
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