I am always apprecative to have great intel. Even though I am not a poker player, I have some famous poker player clients and know some of the rockstars within the poker community in Las Vegas. On 7/13/19 I was chilling and relaxing while drimking my favorite beer, when I get a text message from a friend and client who recently changed his career from hospitality to becoming a full time poker player. He tipped me off that a poker player was wearing a Kingsley 1945 watch on TV.. In his exact words, “Yo! There’s a poker player deep in the main event with a Type 1 on!!! On ESPN 2 right now. Alex Livingston.” For those of you who don’t know the main event my friend is refering to is the WSOP( World Series of Poker) in Las Vegas.
I don’t have ESPN 2 but I do have google assistant, so I searched for “Alex Livingston WSOP” and found this picture( courtesy of poker news) below of Alex Livingston actually wearing the Kingsley 1945 Type 4 Half Pounder in copper steel with “Ethereum” blue Cali King dial fitted on a camel sude strap. This watch weighs half a pound . You can read my review of the Kingsley 1945 “Half Pounder” HERE.
Spotted: Poker player Alex Livingston wearing Kingsley 1945 Type 4 Half Pounder in copper and black steel with “Ethereum Blue: dial on camel suede strap.
Kingsley 1945 Type 4 Half Pounder in copper and black steel with “Ethereum Blue: dial on camel suede strap.
THis past Monday, 7/15/19, I was at Jean Jorge’s at Aria which is my local water hole, and the WSOP Main Event Final Table was on TV and I spotted Alex Livingston for myself wearing the watch on ESPN 2 as pictured below.
As the distributor at Kingsley 1945 watches for the West Cost, this was a big deal for the brand and myself. There couldn’t be a better backdrop or ad to showcase a watch better than live poker on TV! The camerais are always so focused on the poker players and their hands. I am incredibly grateful and honored that Alex Livingston chose our brand to wear when there are many other brands he could have chosen. Alex Lvingston did incredibly well considering it was a 10k buy in to play the WSOP. Even though he didn’t win the tournament, he walked away with 4 milliion dollars!
Considering how expensive some of the watch brands are that I have spotted while watching the WSOP, this watch is a bargain at $1,350 with shipping. Unlike those brands, this watch is made to order and hand assebled in the USA . Please contact me HERE to order yours today while supplies last!