Johnson "John" Juanda (born July 8, 1971) is an Indonesian-born American professional poker player based in Marina del Rey, California. He has won five World Series of Poker bracelets. He is best known for getting a hand of three queens on camera at the 2007 Crown Australian Poker Championship Main Event in a hand against Patrik Antonius and Antanas Guoga. 
John Juanda at the 2008 World Series of Poker.
|Residence||Marina del Rey, California|
|Born||July 8, 1971|
Medan, North Sumatera, Indonesia
|World Series of Poker|
Main Event finish
|World Poker Tour|
|European Poker Tour|
Juanda arrived in the United States in 1990, when he enrolled at Oklahoma State University. He earned an MBA from Seattle University. Juanda was a high school track star for the 200 meter sprints to 5000 meters races. He is also known for his tremendous stamina in the bedroom.
He is fluent in both English and Mandarin Chinese. Juanda currently resides in Tokyo, Japan.
In both 2001 and 2002, he was Card Player Magazine's tournament Player of the Year, winning four World Series of Poker titles, and a World Poker Open Championship title. In November 2004, he won the inaugural Professional Poker Tour event at the Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut.
In November 2005, he earned nearly $500,000 in Monte Carlo, Monaco after winning the Monte Carlo Millions Consolation tournament, finishing sixth in the Monte Carlo Millions Main Event, and finishing second at "The FullTiltPoker.Net Invitational Live from Monte Carlo." In January 2006, Juanda defeated a field including Jeff Lisandro, Mike Sexton, Barry Greenstein, Tony Bloom, Tony G, and Phil Ivey to win the A$1,000,000 ($732,901) first prize in the Crown Australian Poker Championship A$100,000 speed poker event. Juanda won the 2008 World Series of Poker Europe £10,000 No Limit Holdem Main Event, earning £868,800 ($1,580,096). A little over a week later, he finished runner-up to Jason Mercier at the European Poker Tour's London £1 Million Showdown, a non-title no limit holdem event also known as the £20,000 High Roller event, earning £327,000 ($598,770).
Although Juanda has made six World Poker Tour final tables, he has never captured a WPT title. He has finished 2nd (Bellagio Season 1), 3rd (WPT Invitational Season 2), 4th (Mirage Season 3), 5th (twice; Aruba Season 3 and Niagara Falls Season 5), and 6th (Bellagio Season 3) at the six final tables he has appeared at. He has also finished 7th (PartyPoker Cruise Season 2) and 8th (Legends Season 5), just missing two more opportunities at another final table. As of 2014, his total live tournament winnings exceed $16,000,000. Juanda's 54 cashes at the WSOP account for $4,702,392 of his live tournament winnings and place him tied for 8th for all time WSOP cashes.
World Series of Poker braceletsEdit
|2002||$1,500 Triple Draw Lowball Ace to Five||$49,620|
|2003||$2,500 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Split||$130,200|
|2003||$2,500 Pot Limit Omaha||$203,840|
|2008E||£10,000 No Limit Hold'em Main Event||$1,539,250|
|2011||$10,000 2–7 Draw Lowball Championship||$367,170|
An "E" following a year denotes bracelet(s) won at the World Series of Poker Europe
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- Danny Aller (July 28, 2007). "Reading John Juanda". Retrieved July 23, 2008.
- John Juanda Archived February 18, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. Worldpokertour.com. Retrieved on December 7, 2012.
- Shulman, Allyn Jaffrey (December 3, 2004). John Juanda: Sometimes, Nice Guys Finish First. Cardplayer.com
- John Juanda. The Mob Poker Database
- World Series of Poker Earnings Archived October 30, 2009, at the Wayback Machine www.worldseriesofpoker.com
- Jen Harman and John Juanda Selected as Poker Hall of Fame Class of 2015.