It wasn’t too long ago that Will “imahustla1” Givens was broke, leaving Las Vegas and wondering if he’d ever play poker professionally again. The 24-year-old packed up and headed back home to Aurora, Colorado, taking a job while playing the occasional small-stakes cash game on the side.Then, in October 2009, Givens did well enough in his cash game to buy into a $360 satellite to the Heartland Poker Tour in Blackhawk. He took it down and locked up his seat in the $1,650 main event. Still unsatisfied, he went back to the cash games, won again, played another satellite, and won his second seat into the main event.Now more than freerolling, Givens steamrolled the 322-player field en route to an impressive $144,765 payday — not bad considering his predicament at the time.Givens quit his job and began grinding again. Soon he was back online and winning. He opened up the 2010 season with a win in the PokerStars Nightly Hundred Grand for $19,288. Then, he followed that up a week later with a huge win in the Full Tilt $750,000 Guarantee for $122,145.Amazingly, the next night he won yet again, scoring $78,750 for shipping the $1K Monday . That stretch had him sitting in first place in the Online Player of the Year race when he joined Card Player TV in the Online Zone.Take a look at the video below.
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