Garrett Adelstein is an American poker player specializing in live no-limit hold’em cash games, most notably Phil Galfond’s poker academy Run It Once up until 2014. Known for his aggressive play and large bets, Adelstein became Phil’s coach until 2014.
He made an appearance on Survivor for the 28th season, in 2013’s Luzon (Brains) tribe and was eliminated in round two of voting.
Garrett Adelstein Poker career
Garrett Adelstein is an aggressive poker player renowned for building up an estimated net worth of over $5 Million through poker alone and television appearances. Known for his aggressive play and hefty bets, Garrett Adelstein has become a fan favorite and built up an enormous fortune over time.
Adelstein hails from Tucson, Arizona where he graduated high school as the valedictorian with over 500 students in his class. After attending University of Arizona and earning a Summa Cum Laude degree he moved on to Santa Monica where his poker career first started back in 2004 after discovering online poker tournaments; quickly making money in tournaments led him down this path as his profession.
He began making regular appearances on live poker shows in 2017, including Live at the Bike hosted by The Bicycle Hotel & Casino in California and Poker After Dark’s reboot show where his A A beat Matt Berkey’s K K on a board that read 7 K 5 A 6 during November broadcast broadcast.
Adelstein appeared on Survivor 28 where he was eliminated during episode 2, after finding a Hidden Immunity Idol but failing to present it at tribal council for vote off. Although the idol could have saved him, he regrets not taking it with him to tribal council and taking the risk.
Garrett Adelstein Net Worth
Garrett Adelstein currently boasts an estimated net worth of $5 Million. His primary source of income comes from placing larger bets during poker tournaments and cash games; due to this aggressive style he has earned himself the moniker “The Angry Jew.”
Adelstein made an appearance on Survivor: Cagayan in 2013. The reality television show pitted 18 players against each other and Adelstein competed as part of the Brains tribe; he was eventually eliminated as second person off, having found an Immunity Idol that he decided not to present at Tribal Council, leading him to lose out substantially in winnings.
Adelstein first rose to fame after competing on Survivor. Following that experience, he began appearing regularly on live poker shows like Live at the Bike hosted at California’s Bicycle Hotel & Casino and the reboot of Poker After Dark. Additionally, he participated in the World Series of Poker (WSOP), winning $49,108 during that event.
He practices a healthy lifestyle by regularly training with weights and running six miles daily, in addition to maintaining a diet comprising six simple meals daily.
Adelstein was born on 1 July 1986 in Arizona, United States and now stands 37 years old. A dedicated student throughout his academic career, he graduated high school before making poker his full-time profession. Married to Jen, Adelstein currently resides in California.
Garrett Adelstein and Robbi Jade Lew
Robbi Jade Lew is a professional poker player who was accused of cheating during her live stream game with Garrett Adelstein. This accusation caused great debate within the poker community with some believing she cheated while others believe otherwise.
Adelstein made headlines this summer after her high-stakes poker pot with Lew went viral, garnering widespread media coverage. Adelstein claims Lew cheated her out of her money and has demanded it back from him.
Robbi Jade Lew holds a graduate degree and has an avid passion for playing poker. Her twin sister also pursues this path to professional play – her net worth stands at approximately $1 Million; two appearances have been made by Robbi on Hustler Casino Games as well as having an active social media presence and charity work.
Garrett Adelstein’s wife and family
Gman, as he is more commonly known, was born May 16, 1986 in Tucson, Arizona. After earning the valedictorian spot of his high school class and receiving a Summa Cum Laude degree from the University of Arizona – Gman made a name for himself in poker circles due to his live cash games.
Garrett Adelstein is married to Jennifer Stutland. His daughter Sienna