Bobby Baldwin is a casino executive and professional poker player with the net worth of $15 million. Bobby Baldwin has earned his net worth through his many wins in the World Series of Poker tournaments. He has won four bracelets and had sixteen money finishes from 1977 to 2010. In 1978 Baldwin won $210,000 and the title at the WSOP world championship event, and was the youngest winner in the history of the World Series of Poker. He was only twenty eight years old at the time. He also won the Super Bowl of Poker tournaments in 1979 winning the $5000 Seven Card Stud event. Along with his poker career, Baldwin was a consultant of the Golden Nugget Casino, and later became the President. He also was the CFO of Mirage Resorts in 1999-2000 when he then became the CEO of MGM Mirage after MGM Grand and Mirage Resorts merged. He also became the CEO and President of the Project City Center as well, and supervises the expansion of resorts through the Mandalay Resort Group and the Wynn Properties. In addition to his many projects and careers Baldwin has also written a book for poker playing beginners, entitled "Tales out of Tulsa." Mike Caro has written a book about Baldwin's poker techniques entitled "Bobby Baldwin's Winning Poker Secrets." Baldwin was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and now resides in Las Vegas. He attended college at Oklahoma State University. He has also earned himself a reputation as a fantastic billiards player.