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Jackie Glazier Becomes partypoker Ambassador

Tags: Jackie Glazier, partypoker.
Posted on Friday, October 07, 2016 by "T".

Professional poker player Jackie Glazier (over $1.3 million in tournament earnings) has joined the partypoker family! The signed two-year contract will see Glazier playing online on partypoker with weekly home games that will start in the next few weeks and will be streamed on partypokertv. Glazier will also attend global live events in addition to the headline events on the Australian circuit.

Group Head of partypoker Tom Waters said: "It is a pleasure to have Jackie join the partypoker team as an ambassador and we are delighted to have such a prestigious player representing us in the Australian market. We are looking to invest in grass-roots poker in Australia and Jackie is the perfect person to assist us in achieving these goals."

partypoker Ambassador Jackie Glazier said: "I am proud to join the partypoker team of ambassadors and am extremely excited about the opportunities I see for us in Australia and surrounding territories. I have been closely monitoring the progress partypoker has been making over recent months and look forward to helping them to grow in the Australian market that I know so well. I am confident that together our passion will help us to expand the game of poker in my country. I am looking forward to announcing some games and promotions over the next few weeks that will offer great value to the Australian poker community."


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11 comments for "Jackie Glazier Becomes partypoker Ambassador"

 Tony_MON7ANA10/7/2016 4:53:26 PM GMT
Big congratulations to Jackie Glazier on being appointed as a PartyPoker ambassador!
She parted ways with 888poker recently. Her presence will have a significant impact and influence on PartyPoker's profitability locally as well as globally.
 Mober10/7/2016 8:14:45 PM GMT
I have never heard of her before.
And if we are talking about total winnings cant say that what she has won till now is an
impressive number compared to other professional players.
Probably the whole fuss here is that party wants someone from australia.
 pochui10/7/2016 8:45:45 PM GMT
well just like Mober i haven't heard of her either, but hey i guess i haven't heard of many poker players, probably every week or so new names come up by winning some major tourney either live or online and they can legitimately call themselves poker pros i guess, since they amassed great lifetime winnings. in this case it's great to see a female on board and not some hairy dude.
 bowie198410/7/2016 9:14:15 PM GMT
Posted by Mober:
Probably the whole fuss here is that party wants someone from australia.

Dunno, the aussies have some really ridiculous rules in place when it comes to some gamblng sites nowadays, it would make more sense to me kinda going after the asian market instead.
 doubletop77710/8/2016 9:14:28 AM GMT
These must be dream jobs for any Professional poker player. They are getting paid just to play poker. I have never understood why these poker sites need these ambassadors
 pajalnick10/8/2016 12:31:01 PM GMT
if you have no faith in their own strength in the game of poker or you just want more money when you sell your identity in any poker room .... I do not blame her .... if I was not her place maybe I I did the same ... except the PP needs more advertising? there are so many players
 Tony_MON7ANA10/8/2016 8:47:36 PM GMT
I first got to know Jackie Glazier in 2012 when she finished runner-up at WSOP $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em event, winning nearly half million dollars. In 2013 she became the first-ever WSOP Europe Ladies Event bracelet winner.
 demodawggy10/8/2016 10:50:29 PM GMT
... Big Smile< ....I sure wouldn't mind 'Glazing' her.... Shock Big Smile8=========D

.... Big Smile< ....and adorn her with things like 'Pearl Necklaces',...if ya know what I mean.... Shock
 bowie198410/9/2016 12:22:27 AM GMT
Posted by demodawggy:
.... Big Smile< ....and adorn her with things like 'Pearl Necklaces',...if ya know what I mean.... Shock

I know what you mean but from the looks of it she is a classy lady who is not really keen on wearing blings Blink
 demodawggy10/9/2016 12:41:05 AM GMT
ZZ Top / Pearl Necklace

She's really upset with me again,
I didn't give her what she likes.
I don't know what to tell her,
Don't know what to say.
Everything got funky last night.

She was really bombed,
And I was really blown away,
Until I asked her what she wanted,
And this is what she had to say:
A pearl necklace.
She wanna pearl necklace.
She wanna pearl necklace.

She was gettin' bombed,
And I was gettin' blown away,
And she held it in her hand
And this is what she had to say:
A pearl necklace.
She wanna pearl necklace.
She wanna pearl necklace.
 trasher500010/16/2016 2:56:21 AM GMT
A lo que íbamos. Primero de todo, aunque suene muy evidente, el objetivo del poker es GANAR DINERO. Ya, pero se puede jugar al poker sin dinero... no. Eso es otro tipo de juego, eso ya no es poker. Y una prueba de que jugar al poker sin dinero no es poker, es que hay muchos profesionales que opinan que los grandes ganadores de dinero ficticio tendrían dificultades para ganar en los límites más bajos, ya que cuando la gente juega sin dinero, no se toma demasiado en serio el juego. En cambio, cuando éste entra en juego, la cosa cambia. Si en google ponéis "¿SON LOS GANADORES DE PLAY MONEY PERDEDORES EN MICROS?" llegaréis a la reflexión.
Sabiendo ésto, debemos entender que el poker es una lucha por llevarnos el dinero que hay en el centro de la mesa. Incluso cuando nadie ha entrado en la mano, tenemos ciega grande, ciega pequeña y a veces los antes, que son unas fichas que podemos y DEBEMOS robar. Sin embargo, debemos de tener un punto medio: no hay que ir a por todos los botes. Es más, hay un concepto importantísimo que es clave entender: no son tan importantes los botes que se ganan como los que se dejan de perder. La máxima de maximizar los beneficios y minimizar las pérdidas es la que tiene que regir nuestro juego a lo largo del tiempo.

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