Minnesota Law School
Minnesota Law School in 1992. He then practiced law as a patent attorney for more than a decade, spending the last six years of his legal career at the pharmaceutical company Pfizer. Raymer is nicknamed "Fossilman" because of his hobby of collecting fossils. He uses a small fossil as a card protector while he plays poker.
PokerRaymer first finished
Online Hold'em PokerRaymer first finished in the money of a World Series of Online Hold'em Poker (WSOP) event during 2001 in the $1,500 Omaha hi-lo split 8 or better event won by Chris Ferguson. At the 2004 World Series, Raymer defeated David Williams to win the $5,000,000 first prize in the $10,000