Ronnie Bardah not much of a Survivor

Poker pro Ronnie Bardah’s run on the reality television show Survivor has proven to be an extremely short one.

Bardah made headlines earlier this month after it was revealed he was on of 20 castaways on the 39th season of Survivor. He ended up being the first one voted off, after his torch was extinguished on the series premiere earlier this week.

Before trying his luck at Survivor, Bardah found fame at the poker tables after some success at the World Series of Poker. He won his first and only WSOP bracelet in 2012 in the $2,500 Limit Hold’em 6-handed tournament. His cash for that was $182,088.

He went on to set a record from most consecutive cashes in the WSOP Main Event by cashing in five straight years from 2010-2014. His best finish in the main event came in 2010 when he placed 24th to earn $317,161.

Bardah’s lifetime live-poker earnings currently sit at $1,327,989.

Bardah isn’t the first poker pro to take a shot at Survivor. He follows poker pros Anna Khait, Jean-Robert Bellande and Garrett Adelstein who all previously competed on the show.

They all made it farther on the show than Bardah. Adelstein barely did as the second player voted off. Khait was the fifth player ousted in her season, while Bellande has made it the farthest out of all the poker pros to appear on the show, as the eighth player voted off during his season.