Longtime poker fixture Howard “Tahoe” Andrew has passed away at the age of 86. The two-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner has been a presence on the tournament scene across six decades, with his first recorded score coming at the 1976 WSOP. That year he won two events to secure his two bracelets and earn the reputation as “one of the World Series of Poker’s most formidable non-pros, an industrial engineer with a daredevil reputation,” according to the 1978 WSOP media…

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