Jeff Ma was a member of the MIT Blackjack Team in the mid '90s. He graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy, was the basis for the main character of the book Bringing Down the House (where he was renamed Kevin Lewis) and the film 21 (where he was renamed Ben Campbell).
Ma was formerly the co-founder of Citizen Sports (formerly PROTRADE, a sports stock market website) which was sold to Yahoo in April, 2010.
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