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Canadian Poker Pro Peter Jetten Signs With Full Tilt Poker

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jan/10/2011
Peter Jetten

25-year-old Canadian poker pro Peter Jetten was signed on to Full Tilt Poker over the weekend for an undisclosed amount of money.

The Toronto-based player has won just shy of $2 million in live career tournaments thus far.  His biggest showing was at the 9th World Series of Poker 2008

Event #50 - WSOP Pot Limit Omaha World Championship where he came in 2nd and walked off with $375,223.

“Im very excited to be with Full Tilt. I’ve always liked them. They are a very reputable site so I’m proud to represent them, I may even get a little more recognition because of it.” Jetten said during the press conference signing.

World Series of Poker bracelet record holder Phil Hellmuth disclosed that he had meetings with Full Tilt Poker representatives over the weekend.  Hellmuth left the UB.com stable after nearly a decade of representing the 3rd largest North American online poker room.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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