After graduating from Warwick University, he became a professional poker and bridge player after a period of trading.
Ankush learned bridge in high school but started playing it seriously during university studies.
In addition to poker and bridge, he also plays chess and cricket.
He was part of the English national youth team and in 2019 he took his first international success triumphing in the Camrose.
Moreover, in 2018 he was world champion of Pentamind.