Juan Carlos Mortensen is a professional poker player and the only Hispanic Main Event winner of the World Series of Poker. Mortensen is known for his loose play, bluffing tactics, and interesting chip-stacking style. Mortensen moved from Spain to the United States in the late 1990s to play poker. He won $1,500,000 at the 2001 World Series of Poker (WSOP) main event. He also won the World Poker Tour (WPT) Doyle Brunson North American Poker Championship in 2004 for $1,000,000.
Archbishop Mitty redirects here. For the high school in San Jose, California, see Archbishop Mitty High School. John Joseph Mitty (20 January 1884—15 October 1961) was an American Roman Catholic bishop. He served as the third Bishop of Salt Lake City and the fourth Archbishop of San Francisco. Mitty was born in New York City. He attended St. Joseph's Seminary, Dunwoodie, and was ordained to the priesthood for the Archdiocese of New York on 22 December 1906.
Girolamo Abos, last name also given Avos or d'Avossa and baptized Geronimo Abos (16 November 1715 – May 1760), was a Maltese-Italian composer of both operas and church music. Born in Valletta, Malta, Abos studied under Leonardo Leo and Francesco Durante in Naples. In 1756, he became Maestro al Cembalo (Director of Music) at the Italian Theatre in London.