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Former television talk show host has inspired viewers for years as the host of the Montell Williams Show before the program ended its 17-year run in 2008. Now with more free time, Williams finds himself at home on the felt. An avid No Limit Hold’em player, Williams can be found playing tournaments and sit’n’gos across the country.

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Having found poker in the military, Williams played throughout his 22-year service career. Frequently playing at night while on deployment, he became so good at the game that he was reprimanded for taking too much money from his fellow enlisted men. “I pretty much stopped playing after that. Once I left the service in 1988, I moved on because I had other priorities and things I wanted to accomplish,” he said in an interview with Bluff Magazine.

Williams has become such a poker fanatic that he  has earned  his own sit-n-go tournaments table at the Golden Nugget Casino in Las Vegas. According to Williams, he loves the Nugget because they let him play at the stakes he enjoys.  “The Golden Nugget has been over the top when it comes to dealing with me. I shot some shows at the Golden Nugget during the WSOP and our relationship has blossomed since. They know just how much enthusiasm I have for the game, so they decided to create special $1,000 No Limit Hold’em sit-n-goes called “Montels” for the Saturdays when I’m in town.”

Despite always having several projects in the pipeline, Williams continues to stay devoted to the game and he make it to Las Vegas whenever he can. When he is on the East Coast, he can be found playing in cash games and tournaments at  Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City.

Williams has found some success at the WSOP as he ascended the chip counts on Day One of the 2008 World Series of Poker, but his run was short-lived when he busted the following day.

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