Jeff Shulman

Jeff Shulman (born February 18 1975 in Seattle, Washington) is the editor of Card Player Magazine, and an American poker player, based in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is the son of Jan Shulman and Barry Shulman

Shulman finished 7th in the 2000 World Series of Poker (WSOP) $10,000 no limit Texas hold'em main event, winning $146,700 after losing two big pots to eventual winner Chris "Jesus" Ferguson. He also finished in the money of the same event at the 2003 (31st place).

Shulman has cashed in several other WSOP and World Poker Tour (WPT) events. He also won a tournament in the Ultimate Poker Challenge's first season, and made the final table of that season's grand final, won by James Van Alstyne.

In 2006, Shulman appeared on Poker Superstars III finishing in the Elite Eight.

As of 2008, his total live tournament winnings exceed $1,300,000.

Shulman is married to Christy Devine and the couple had their first child, Elliot Rainier Shulman in September 2007.

Jeff's older brother, Michael D. Shulman is a writer, photographer, and philanthropist; also based in Las Vegas.

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