Profile Of Glamorous Young Poker Pro Cherish Andrews

Profile Of Glamorous Young Poker Pro Cherish AndrewsThe training website has recently introduced a new feature entitled “Pro of the Week,” in which we are given a closer look at the site’s star-studded cast of poker professionals.
This week it was the turn of the young and glamorous Cherish ‘Cher-bear’ Andrews to take top billing who, despite being 23 years-old, has been playing the game she loves so well since she was just 14. Back at that tender age, Cherish Andrews won $700 from her brother and his friends while playing at a home game and has never looked back since.
The Pennsylvania lass then went on to cash in at her first live casino tournament in 2008, with 2012 then becoming her break-out year having earned a whopping $261,571 that year. The lion’s share of her winnings  actually came from an impressive six cashes at the WSOP, not least the  $1,500 No Limit Hold’em in which she finished 4th for a huge $210,083 payout.
As well as now boasting $340,909 in tournament winnings, Cherish Andrews also earns a living playing cash games and actually relocated to New Jersey post Black Friday, where she can currently be seen playing the Borgata’s $5/$10 cash game 5 days a week. As to which format of the game she prefers, though, Cherish Andrews replied:
“When I get asked which I prefer cash games or tournaments, I can never actually choose. They are both so different and play so differently. Tournaments are way more draining than cash games, so maybe I would choose cash over tournaments.”
When she’s not busy plying her trade at the poker tables, Cherish Andrews says she really an “outdoorsy girl” and enjoys riding four wheelers and taking walks with her fluffy dog named Coconut. She also likes to spend as much time as she can with her family who live in Pennsylvania.

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