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James Dempsey becomes a Red Pro at Full Tilt

Tags: 2010 wsop, James Dempsey, omaha, red pro, signs, sponsor
Posted on 28 July 2010 by "T".

James Dempsey, 27, has won over $1 million dollars online and has also been very successful live. At the 2010 WSOP he won a $1,5k PLO event and ended up in second place in the $10k Omaha Hi/Lo event. In total he cashed in 4 events at the 2010 WSOP. Quite impressing if you ask me! It's clear that players like James Dempsey do not grow on trees, and Full Tilt probably realized the same thing when they signed him a few days ago.

James Dempsey played his first tournament as Red Pro in last Sunday's Poker Million at Full Tilt. However, he didn't do all that well this time, but he still has plenty of time to show the owners of Full Tilt that he deserves to be a Red Pro.


New Red Pros at Full Tilt!

Tags: full tilt poker, Jonathan xMONSTERxDONGx Karamalikis, red pro, Van Sirens Marcus
Posted on 14 April 2010 by "T".

After weeks of speculations, Full Tilt has finally announced that Van 'Sirens' Marcus, 26, and Jonathan 'xMONSTERxDONGx' Karamalikis, 21, are the 2 new players who will be awarded with the Red Pro status. Both Van Marcus and Jonathan Karamalikis have been very successful poker players in the past few years, both online and live, and are among the best poker players in Australia. The 2 new red pros will for sure help Full Tilt strengthen its status in Australia and hopefully also get them a lot of new players.

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HighStakes: David Benyamine is running good right now

Tags: David Benyamine, full tilt poker, high stakes, red pro
Posted on 10 August 2009 by "T".

Last week we wrote about the French poker pro, David Beyamine, who played under the alias "MR B 2 U SON" after that his sponsor deal with Full Tilt poker ended in the end of 2008. Playing under the new alias "MR B 2 U SON" didn't bring the French pro any luck or respect and he ended up losing around $1,6 million dollars. However, in the middle of July, things between David Benyaminea and Full Tilt poker seems to have been sorted out as he once again started playing on the highest stakes at Full Tilt with his "red pro"-account (table name: David Benyamine). Lately he has been doing nothing else than winning, and according to independent sources, he has won around $4 million with his "red pro"-account. This means that he has erased all the earlier losses he had with account "MR B 2 U SON".

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