Andy started playing poker in early 2016 during his fresher’s year at university having had decent success in the (minor) esports racing game called Trackmania under the alias of Sabre, where he’d been the British champion at 15 years of age. In 2017 he decided to take a break from university in order to pursue playing poker, and a fortunate bink of a $1k Thrill in late 2017 from a satellite for $76,000 set him up to enjoy having more disposable income than he had ever seen from a humble background. In 2018 and 2019 he experienced a lot of struggles as he was stuck hanging around at low-mid stakes which he felt was mainly due to inefficient study methods.
At the end of 2019 and into the pandemic he had a change of fortune, and from 2020 onward his results really transformed. He had two $160k scores online with numerous results in the $50-100k range. Andy had almost 1/2 million $’s profit on Pokerstars alone in the last two years as you can see below: