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Gambling Event | Poker Legend Martyn Wilson Passed Away

2020-07-03
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The British poker legend Martyn Wilson, nicknamed "Crazy Marty", died in the UK at the age of 62. He spent the last days of his life with his wife Katherine and his family who have lived for 25 years.
 
He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last year. The Wallhampton-born player is well-known in the UK and Ireland. During the poker boom he was known as a commentator on live TV broadcasts. He also occasionally played cards.
In the late nineties of the last century, he participated in the British TV 4 poker show "Midnight Poker" and gained great popularity.
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His friends pin their grief on social media.
 
 "Crazy Marty" makes people laugh as soon as he enters the room. He is the real character in the poker world. We can no longer see him. Mourning!
- Mike Sexton (July 27, 2019)
 
The representative of British poker, Martyn Wilson, passed away last night. He is one of the most memorable, humorous, and pranksters in the poker circle I met. He brought so much happiness and joy, and nostalgia. --Vivtoria Coren Mitchell (July 27, 2019)
 
I just heard that Martyn Wilson passed away. He is one of the greatest people in the poker world. There is no substitute. Mourning. - Matt Savage (July 27, 2019)
 
Rest in peace Martyn Wilson. He made a huge contribution to the development of poker. Fun, decent, crazy, these elements are perfectly combined in him, he uses his vitality and story to enliven the air. Katherine and his family, we are with you. --Eddie Hearn (July 27, 2019)
 
It was shocked that Martyn Wilson had left us. He was proud of Wallhampton. There are not many "evergreen trees" in the poker world, he is one of them. Miss. - Nolan Dalla (July 27, 2019)
 
Wilson often goes to Las Vegas to play WSOP. He also works for online poker sites. In Bridgnorth where he lives, he organizes players to set up charity organizations to help the homeless.
 
Although his offline bonus record is less than $500,000, he said he has won more than $4 million at the poker table in his career.