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British Poker Pro Sam Trickett Teams Up With Everest Poker

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Mar/11/2014
British Poker Pro Sam Trickett Teams Up With Everest Poker

Having won nearly $20 million during his live poker career, British pro Sam Trickett has teamed up with Everest Poker as its new ambassador. 

Trickett will be playing in Everest Poker tournaments and provide coaching for customers of the online poker site.

“I’m very excited to be joining Everest Poker," Trickett said in a statement. "I’m looking forward to interacting with our players online and at Everest Poker Live events, where I’ll be playing and coaching. Everest is a great poker brand and I will be doing everything I can to make it one of the most recognized in the world.”

Trickett was the runner up in the 2012 $1 Million Big One for One Drop, taking home just over $10 million.

"We want to encourage players to get behind Sam’s quest for a first bracelet this summer," Des Duffy, director for Everest Poker, said in a statement. "With Sam’s consistent record of cashing at high profile tournaments there could be a huge amount of value on the table. Plus we’ll capture the atmosphere of Las Vegas through a series of video blogs that Sam will be recording during the series. I think for players who can’t make it to Las Vegas themselves, having a share in Sam Trickett will be the next best thing.”

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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