After finishing 13th in the 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event, Bernard Lee decided to give up his career in Marketing to become a professional poker player. Since then, he has enjoyed worldwide tournament success, with over $2.5 million in career tournament earnings. Off the felt, Lee, who has been recognized as “The Voice of Poker in New England,” has been an integral part of the poker media. He has worked for ESPN, Boston Herald, PokerNews, Cardplayer, Metrowest Daily News and hosts his renown radio show, The Bernard Lee Poker Show. With two degrees from Harvard University and an MBA from Babson College, Lee lives in Massachusetts with his family.