The Pros and Cons of Sunglasses for Texas Hold'em Players.
One year after Chris Moneymaker made poker a game celebrated around the world, Greg Raymer added to the momentum by wearing hologram sunglasses and protecting his card with fossils en route to another improbable win. Called the Fossilman for his affinity for the trinkets and his willingness to sell the items at the poker table, Raymer is dominant figure in the poker world and his nickname is.
Raymer, minus his signature lizard-eye hologram glasses, sported a poker face in his mugshot and was charged with a misdemeanor prostitution charge. This being the Bible Belt, Raymer was also.
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Hologram sunglasses have become popular in recent years because famous celebrity poker players in the World Series of Poker love to put them on and mess around with their opponents. We have many different styles of Holograms to choose from.
For this reason, poker players have always turned to sunglasses to hide their tells from prying eyes of opponents. Check out this vintage footage of legendary tournament player and all-around gambler Stu Ungar capturing an historic third WSOP Main Event title in 1997. As you can see, even a consummate pro and true poker genius like Ungar turned to sunglasses with the big bucks on the line. Of.
Poker Hologram Sunglasses - Aces.. These sunglasses premiered at the 2005 World Series of Poker (WSOP), they have rapidly grown in popularity and pairs can be seen worn by pros as well as everday poker players. Keep an eye out for our TV appearances on ESPN's World Series of Poker as well as World Poker Tour events.