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Gus Hansen Becomes First Ambassador of The New Full Tilt Poker

Tags: ambassador, denmark, full tilt, full tilt pro, gus hansen, the great dane
Posted on 03 October 2012 by "T".

Yesterday Full Tilt Poker revealed in a press release that its former pro Gus Hansen will be the first ambassador when the site re-launch on November 6, 2012. This is what Hansen had to say about his return to Full Tilt Poker.

"I'm very excited to represent the industry's most authentic poker brand," Hansen said in a press release. "Full Tilt Poker has the best games, most innovative software and the strongest poker community; to me this feels like coming home."

"Gus is one of the best-known and most respected names in the poker community," said Sarne Lightman, the newly-appointed Head of Marketing at Full Tilt Poker. "Gus has always embodied the best characteristics of the Full Tilt Poker brand and we are thrilled to have him return as an ambassador."


Phil Ivey in top of the all time money list

Tags: all time money list, full tilt pro, phil ivey
Posted on 27 January 2010 by "T".

Phil Ivey, the American Full Tilt Pro, recently finished in second place in the $100,000 challenge of Aussie Millions in Melbourne, Australia. Thanks to the win, Ivey received nothing less than AUD$600,000 ($544,219 U.S. dollars) at the same time as he overtook the first place (earlier held by Daniel Negreanu) in the All Time Money List. This means that Phil Ivey now has won the most money all time. As you might understand - it's not small amounts we are talking about here. Phil has won $12,804,433 through his career.

Phil Ivey - In his own words about the second place finish in Aussie Millions and being on top of the all time money list .

"It's just another poker game. I don't think I'll celebrate too much. I'm just going to go to dinner, maybe have a glass of wine or two and play some poker later"

"I don't really think, ‘oh I'm the best in the world. I just try to perform the best that I can day in and day out."




Russian Poker Tour: The winner is Vitaly Lunkin

Tags: Alexander Kravchenko, full tilt pro, Ivan Demidov, pokerstars russia, RPT, Russian Poker Tour, Vitaly Lunkin
Posted on 21 May 2009 by "T".

Vitaly Lunkin won RPT (Russian Poker Tour) in Moscow after surviving a starting field of 206 players. It wasn't an easy fight for Vitaly when he finally made it to the final table, because there he had to face players like Alexander Kravchenko and Ivan Demidov in the battle of the first prize close to half a million dollars.

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