Cary Steven Katz (* Januar in London) ist ein US-amerikanischer Geschäftsmann und professioneller Pokerspieler. Am Montagmorgen wurde im "The Star Gold Coast Casino" (Queensland/Australien) der AU$/€ Super High Roller Bowl Australien entschieden. Aaron Van Blarcum limped the hijack and Phil Ivey called in the cutoff. Cary Katz pushed his , stack into the middle and Blarcum instantly shoved over.
Cary Katz Eliminated by Jason KoonPlace, Name, Prize, GPI Points. 1st, Singapore, Kenneth Kee Wee Kiang, HK$22,,, $2,,, 2nd, United States, Cary Katz, HK$13,, With just 18 players left in the tournament, Drinan and Cary Katz each drew pocket aces. Mit nur 18 Spieler, die im Turnier übrig waren, zogen sowohl Drinan. Cary Steven Katz ist ein US-amerikanischer Unternehmer und Pokerspieler. Katz hat sich mit Poker bei Live-Turnieren knapp 28,5 Millionen US-Dollar erspielt. Sein bisher größter Erfolg war der Sieg beim Super High Roller Bowl London im September.
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Download now! From Katz began appearing in a number of mid-to-high stakes tournaments in Las Vegas, churning out consistent five-figure cashes and posting his biggest result to date at the WSOP.
Now a high-stakes poker fixture, Katz began to go to work on a business idea aimed to revolutionize the presentation of poker-related content.
In its original form, Poker Central was the first ever hour-a-day poker channel, designed as a cable television network completely devoted to poker-related content.
Card Player. September 20, Retrieved September 24, Categories : American poker players Living people births University of Georgia alumni. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Use mdy dates from January Certainly not a crime but just a small company using innovation and good service to compete with the big guys.
I hope the readers of this blog can sort out fact from fiction. Really, this is such bs. The reason Cary Katz started CLC was to provide excellent service to students and parents, educating them on the whole loan and financial aid process, not just throwing them an application like most banks do.
He is by far the most ethical person in the industry. And for the record he is nothing like his brother and father, who are both weasles who see the industry as a get rich scam.
And who did it grow so quick? He has always treated his employees wonderfully. I agree with the above, I worked for Cary and he is a very ethical person, and really treated his employees well.
As for his brother and father they are a different matter and from what I have heard throught he student loan grapevine Cary does not do business with them.
According to recent news accounts the father, Marcus, is starting up a new football league. Hopefully Cary will stay away from that.
Just because people contribute to the same "repuglicans" as you call them, does not make them all unethical. The bottom line is, democrats want to take student loans out of private lenders hands, so they can make the money off the interest rate.
Uh, what did you just say about Cary Katz and his "ethical" behavior?? This is how the Katz family has made money off their massive repuglican "donations" not by hard work and the sweat of their brow : Banks and other private companies lend money to students.
The federal government pays part or all of the interest -- currently 7 or 8 percent. The government also guarantees the loans!
No risk at all to the Katz! They can't lose! They're not the brightest tools in the shed and in fact, are derided as country bumpkins from Georgia that "daddy schooled real well in how to take money from Uncle Sam and the taxpayers.
What is wrong with this picture? Well, the government itself borrows the odd nickel to finance the national debt. This borrowing, obviously, is also guaranteed by the government.
For that reason, it carries an interest rate of only 3 or 4 percent. If the government can borrow money at 3 or 4 percent, why should it pay 7 or 8 percent for the privilege of guaranteeing loans to someone else?
Wouldn't it make more sense for the government to lend the money itself? And the answer is: Of course that would make more sense.
It is what any level-headed businessperson would do. So, what is stopping the government from behaving like a level-headed businessperson?
Not those head-in-the-clouds Democrats. It's Republicans, who adopted the student loan "industry" in its infancy, like a stray cat, and have nurtured and protected it ever since.
There actually is a parallel student loan program that uses government funds. It was started in the early days of the Clinton administration.
It costs less to operate, and it has not been tainted by scandal. But when the Republicans regained control of Congress in , they pushed through a law forbidding the Education Department to encourage use of this program.
As a result, direct federal loans account for only 25 percent of all student loans. Somebody is obviously bitter and has a bone to pick with the Katz's.
They did nothing but follow the rules set forth by the federal government just like virtually every bank in the nation. Oh, and they provided better service than the banks so they took some of their market share.
I call that innovation. You somehow want to make this country a socialist republic. National Healthcare that doesn't work anyone? Federalizing everything?
The government may have paid too much to lenders. That is nobody's fault but the government. The next time you go to the store and they have a huge sale are you going to not buy the item because it is too cheap and you don't think the company is making enough money?
It's cal free enterprise dude. And innovation. If you don't like it, I hear North Korea is a great place to live. Yea, they are pretty successful too.
College Loan Corp will be laying off of you on Nov 12! Whoever thinks they are so clever about notifying people about layoffs, you are a little late.
That layoff happened on Sept. College Loan was nice enough to pay all those employees an extra 60 days of wages in addition to regular severance so the effective date wasn't until Nov.
Talk about out of the loop. Im not sure if my last post went through. Lisa Richards just left the company. LaBreche and her were the best the company had.
We're screwed. It seems like the party is over at CLC. LaBreche and Richards gone spells doomsday. I think we're now realizing who really ran the company when things were good.
There is no faith in current management. Yes, the party is almost over. CLC is down to a bare minimum of 80 people.
I wonder how long that will last. Got rid of the better performing lc's to keep his roomate and others that were his buddies.
Terrible communicator if he communicated to you at all and did not manage at all. This is why company has failed. These posts crack me up. It's gotta be tough to get canned when you're making k as a sub-par salesman, and now it's months down the road and you can't find anyone that will hire you for half the money and you're bitter about it.
Yeah, Brooks ruined you right? Nothing to do with the fact that you couldn't even figure out how to take orders over the phone. These posts are hilarious.
Legislation put this company and others out of business or close to it. Brooks Kelly had nothing to do with anything but he wasn't a great manager.
Cary Katz is a hermit who never came out of the office and always told us we were strong and meanwhile keeps letting employees go.
I think this company and Cary got lucky when things were in their favor. Yes we made good money but we know Cary built a ginourmous house for multimillions.
He made all the cash and let his people out to dry. I wouldnt go back because my friends still there said it is a nightmare.
Brooks hasn't even worked at CLC since October, so I assume it's been at least that long for the people still griping about him.. I actually liked him and think whoever this must be just one unhappy person who blames him for their poor performance.
Take his picture off your dartboard and Move On! I had Kevin and Carla as managers too and liked him the best.
He didn't micromanage and I was never shocked when he let someone go. In fact when things got slow he would let some of the bottom performers go so that the best LCs could take the calls, quite frankly, it kept us top performers happy and we made good money.
Yea, I felt bad for some people who were let go, but this is sales, perform or you're gone. I do know there was much more to the issue of his roommate though it did seem suspect if you did not know all the facts.
LaBrech and Richards were great, I always felt that our input was well received and acted upon, I'm sorry to see people who were responsible for CLC's success be laid off, but the Dems trying to nationalize student loans are to blame not Cary.
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Monte Carlo, Monaco. In , he cashed in eight tournaments and made six final tables. The next year, in , Cary cashed 13 times, made it to nine final tables and won two events.