The only woman to make the final table of the $ 10,000 WSOP buy-in main event, Enright also received the best all-around player award in the Legends of Poker 2000 tournament series on Bike. Together with his prize money, he was awarded a new PT Cruiser for the trophy. He had eight cash finishes and made the final six tables with two wins and two seconds.
Most notably, on July 6, 2007, she became the first woman to be inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame – along with poker celebrity Phil Hellmuth. Four years later, in 2011, Linda Johnson was also inducted into that elite group. She is the woman with the first place finish most visited dewa poker.
There’s no question about that, he’s a true poker celebrity. She is the only poker player in history to be in all three of the Poker Hall of Fame – the Senior Poker Hall of Fame, the World Series of Poker Hall of Fame, and the Women in Poker Hall of Fame. Often I saw him playing at the table, never once did he look sideways – even after a bad shot.
Enright’s love for the game of poker started early in his life. That goes back to when he was only four years old and started playing poker at home. In those days, it was a five-card draw against his older brother. He started playing in the card room in 1976.
Along the way, Enright worked as a hairdresser, bartender, and cocktail waitress, often holding three jobs at once to help support his family. But the game of poker was his main career – especially when he discovered he could earn more playing poker.