Just a year ago, Mats Sundin joined PokerStars as its international celebrity ambassador. In the beginning he didn't have much time to play in many of the major tournaments because he was busy being the captain for the NHL team, Toronto Maple Leafs. One year later he decided to retire from hockey and instead focus more on his job as ambassador for PokerStars.
One of the first major tournaments Ma[...] Read more » PokerStars: Mats Sundin's big mistake in WSOP
Lucky or help, I doubt PS emplyee would have help anyone else. As for me, rules are rules and I dislike fovouritism ( maybe because I see things like this everyday in my country ). He should have obligezed to leave tournament
Hmmmmmmm, looks like he got lucky. Now if that was someone else would they have been told to go home? Or maybe the employee would of helped out anyone in that situation so no favoritism would of been involved. Either way, good break for him.
Joined: Oct '09
Age: 39 (M)
just start new carriere 4 very good NHL player he was one of the better ice hokey players in the world but now hi is to old to stay in NHL and play new cariere start in pokerstar and i wich 4 him really good luck just become a fovorit here too
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 40 (M)
Inocent ambassador, not "conscious" of all the rules when playing for real. Its a bit strange to watch this behaviour on a person that, traditionaly, should know all the procedures like the palm of his hand, in order to convince others to do it right, "just like the ambassador", as its usually said.