In an interview conducted by the website calvinayre.com the British actor and professional poker player Sam Razavi revealed some aspects of his life hitherto unknown by his fans.
As is known, Razavi has returned from the Philippines to live in Britain with his wife Menchu and work in poker and acting. As a player, Razavi has impressed the game world by participating in the events of the World Series of Poker 2019.
Then the answers offered by the English professional residing in Brighton.
Asked about what would be his last favorite food / drink if he was mortally wounded in the war, he replied:
My wife … and stop calling me Dawn!
If you had to choose a single TV program or movie to watch during the entire long-distance flight, what would it be?
If you were stranded on a desert island and only had one book to read before being rescued which one would you choose?
“How to collect your life insurance policy convincing everyone who knew your destination on a desert island, by S. Razavi Snr. In the absence of that, Dan Browns The DaVinci Code.”
A song to listen and repeat forever?
Dance with my father for Luther Vandross.
When asked about his favorite place of play he said:
“Las Vegas, especially during the WSOP. There is always a lot to choose from with poker and the value is incredible. The weather, food and entertainment are excellent and easily accessible to Mexico for a short break and some tacos if you’ve had enough of poker.”
He says that between being able to play poker every day for a year or not, he would choose the first, because otherwise he could go bankrupt.
A person you miss more and you don’t have anymore?
There are few; I would feel bad saying that I missed one more than the other.
He claims that by saving time distances, he would have liked to meet the English playwright William Shakespeare.
When was the last time you got nervous?
It is quite common now, but as a general rule every time I enter an airport these days, the inclinometer explodes!
He reveals that if he could not play the $ 10k WSOP Main Event, the relative he would trust his entry would be his brother Mo.
“He comes from the same school of thought as my other brother Eb, both very successful online players when they were 15 years old. Wow, shouldn’t I have said that? ”
What is your best poker skill?
I think I’m particularly good at reading my opponents.
He points out that his best escape is “Punting sports, what else?”
Asked about his political thinking and a hypothetical situation in which he was elected as the world’s first world president his first unbreakable rule would be that “people should not let clowns take positions of power … I am an excellent example myself ”
If you only had ten seconds with the dreamed person, what would you say?
I’m sorry Menchu … I will try to last longer next time!
Actor Sam Razavi plays the character of Magor Steve Arnold in ‘Taking Sides’ the dramatic production of Wick Theater by Ron Harwood. The play is directed by Mike Wells and will premiere in early October at the Wick Theater in Brighton.