Steve Zolotow is an American poker player and two-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner from Las Vegas. Despite getting his first cash back in 1984, Zolotow remains active on the tournament scene and has racked up $3.1 million in tournament earnings.
Zolotow earned his first WSOP bracelet back in 1995 when he took down the $5,000 WSOP Chinese Poker event for $112,500. At the 2001 WSOP, Zolotow got a second bracelet by winning the pot-limit $3,000 Texas Hold'em event for $243,335.
Zolotow's biggest cash came in March 2004 in the $7,000 WPT PartyPoker.com Million III Limit Hold'em Championship, where he finished fourth for $259,684.
More recently, Zolotow has been a regular in high roller tournaments. In June 2021, Zolotow finished runner-up in the US Poker Open $10,000 8-Game Mix for $150,000.
According to his WSOP profile, Zolotow owns multiple bars in New York City and has two master's degrees from New York University.
Steve Zolotow's Top Five Cashes
|DATE||BUY-IN||TOURNAMENT||PLACE||PRIZE (IN USD)|
|March 2004||$7,000||WPT PartyPoker.com Million III Limit Hold'em Championship||4th||$259,684|
|May 2001||$3,000||WSOP Texas Hold'em (pot limit)||1st||$243,335|
|June 2021||$10,000||PGT 8-Game Mix - U.S. Poker Open #6||2nd||$150,000|
|June 2010||$10,000||WSOP Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo 8 Championships||4th||$125,379|
|May 1995||$5,000||WSOP Chinese Poker||1st||$112,500|