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J.C. Tran Inks Deal With 888poker

Tags: 2013 wsop main event, 888poker, j.c. tran, november 9, signs.
Posted on 27 August 2013 by "T".

The 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event final table chip leader J.C. Tran has signed for online poker site 888poker! Tran, a 36-year-old poker professional from Sacramento, California, has two WSOP titles, a WPT title and a World Championship of Online Poker Main Event title under his belt and is the big favourite to take down the $8.3 million first place prize money at the WSOP Main Event on November 9. Whatever happens on the final table, he is still guaranteed to get a minimum payday of $733,224! Not bad for a guy who already has $9 million in career winnings, hah?

"I am extremely excited to work with 888poker and looking forward to a great experience. I can't wait to represent 888poker at my best and help in any way possible," he said in a press release last Sunday.

"We are excited to have JC Tran join our Team 888poker, his attitude towards the game and inviting personality embodies what we look for in our Team ambassadors. This year Team 888poker will be at its strongest and should bring some exciting content and opportunities to our continuously growing poker room. Good luck to Tran and the rest of our Team," Inbal Lavi, Vice President of 888poker, stated.

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2 comments on "J.C. Tran Inks Deal With 888poker"

 roeish327/08/2013 11:11:53 GMT
They are making a bet on him to take the WSOP. They probably figure that after the game PS will go strongly on the winner and wanted to make a move ahead of the game. Even if he doesn't take the title, he's still a nice contribution for them. I'm just not sure how much the big names contribute to the turnout on the poker sites.
 vic7528/08/2013 18:19:52 GMT
Its a win win for both parties involved 888 poker had 2 of there pros finish in 2nd and 3rd place in last years WSOP Main event wonder how much Dollar Dollar that deal was worth Cool Cool

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