A dominating force in the modern game, Bonomo tops all players in cash winnings with $44.6 million.
Brunson is one of the most recognized players in poker. His career tournament earnings of $6.2 million may be minute compared to his cash game winnings.
Holz has also found plenty of success at the live poker tables. That includes finishing 25th in the WSOP Main Event in 2015 for $262,574.
Moss finished his poker career with nine WSOP bracelets and $1.25 million in tournament winnings.
Hellmuth is also the only person to have won a WSOP Main Event title (1989) in Las Vegas and a WSOP Main Event (2012) in Europe.
This player originally from New Jersey has become one of the winningest players in history. Like many players, Smith dropped out of college in 2007 to pursue poker full time.
At age 21, his first major win came at the first Jack Binion World Poker Open for $53,297.
In 2014, Kenney grabbed his first WSOP bracelet in a $1,500 10-game event for $153,220 and came close to another a year later with a runner-up finish in Las Vegas.
One of the sadder stories in poker, Ungar was immensely talented at the table but struggled with demons in the game of life.
In more than two decades on the felt, “Kid Poker” has amassed almost $40 million in live tournament winnings.
After dominating poker for years even before the poker boom, this New Yorker then went on to play at the biggest stakes imaginable in the game’s new era.
Chidwick also began playing live tournaments in 2008 with his first win coming at a $1,000 PCA event for $88,760.