High-stakes poker player, Andrew Robl, also known as 'Good2cu', is a very talented young player that has been spending time improving his game and climbing up the poker ranks.
Andrew Robl's Poker Profile Stats:
- Name: Andrew Robl
- Online player name: Good2cu
- Location: Las Vegas, NV, United States
- Cashes: 9
- ProRank 1 Position: 3132
- Total Winnings: $419 331
- Birth: Andrew Robl was born in East Lansig, MI in 1984
- Group affiliation: Member of the pro poker group called Ship It Holla Ballas
As a poker player, Andrew Robl is only interpreted in taking part in high-stakes poker games and does not waste his time with low paying alternatives. This 23 year old is showing a lot of potential as he has already crossed the millionâ€”dollar poker profit mark. Unlike some of his peers, Robl is not a showoff and we don't see him constantly networking and drumming up sponsors.
He is no pale, computer nerd either. Robl is blond, and muscled, thanks to his regular gym workouts. Maybe the gym workouts are helping to give him his mental edge as he is definitely making a name for himself in the online poker professional world. The first thing you notice when you meet Robl offline is his booming laugh and his easy-going attitude. He's much more dangerous when you encounter him online, however. This noâ€”limit assassin knows how to pick his targets, research their poker histories and outthink them in order to win their money.
This poker player says that he has learnt to maximize his game profits by taking part in up to ten tables simultaneously. This means that he can make a lot more money out of $25 / $50 noâ€”limit Texas Hold'em games than most.
Andrew Robl says that he is selective in the poker games he chooses to play. He prefers tables with amateur players. He will play the hundred or two hundred tables if he doesn't spot any pro's present. He smiles when he remembers how he took eighty grand from one unsuspecting player at the $100 / $200 no limit table.
Andrew Robl appeared in a NBC TV show called Poker After Dark in 2008 and 2009. This show is an hour-long poker TV that made its debut on the first of January, 2007. Over the years the show has been presented by Shana Hiatt, Marianela Pereyra, and Leeann Tweeden. Oliver â€˜Ali' Nejad has done voice-over commentary for all the programs. Poker After Dark switched over to High Definition on January 4, 2010.
Andrew Robl appeared on Season 4 of Poker After Dark, that was aired in 2008. This season was taped in the April of 2008 at the South Point Las Vegas Casino. Andrew Robl also appeared on Season 5 of Poker After Dark, that was aired in 2009. Most of the action for this show was taped at the famous Las Vegas Casino, Golden Nugget in December 2008.