Italy boasts an array of players who have a winning disposition at the global scale, among the endless lies the name of Dario Minieri. He has ventured in the high-profile at the global level where he has left the arenas his pockets full. He has played vibrantly in the global-based poker games where he has performed impeccably. With his admirable resume, one cannot deny his name is aptly included in the list of the best players from Italy.
A footprint for his fellow Italian poker enthusiasts, he is poised to climb up the ladder of the world best poker players. Judging by his achievements, he is not only conspicuous in his country but also dominates in the European Continent.
Minieri has managed to cash four times at the WSOP. Remarkably, he played at the 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event where he placed 96th in a huge pool of 6358 players. Subsequently, he participated in the WSOP in 2008 where he clinched a gold bracelet in the $2,500 NLHE Six-handed tournament to surpass a field hosting 1,012 entrants, raking in $528,418. On the other hand, he has vibrantly played at the EPT, Baden in Austria where he placed third in the €5,000 NLHE to pull in €125,780. At the 2007 European Poker Tour, Sanremo in Italy he emerged third and brought in $454,366. Minieri placed 2nd in the EPT in Warsaw and emerged third to shovel in $153,619. However, what has kept his name on the limelight is his rank in the fifth position in the Italian Poker players’ all time money amounts as of 2014. He boasts the bent of a globally-predisposed poker professional who is poised to achieve more in future.