Lock's Jennifer Larson: Online Poker Visionary

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Lock's Jennifer Larson: Online Poker Visionary


The Gambling911.com crew had the pleasure of meeting Jennifer Larson for the first time in person.
From the hands-on management of her team, to the detailed planning of the Lock Pro poker event outside of Lyon, France. It's evident that Jennifer clearly loves what she does, so it's no surprise that this over-achiever has great plans for the future. If we were to pluck Jennifer Larson from Europe and plop her into the United States, she would no doubt be CEO of a cutting edge tech company. Her energy is endless, and she has a constant drive to improve her product and consumer experience. 
Jennifer Larson lives and breathes Lock Poker 24/7, and has the ability to 'power' multi-task on many fronts. Even while guests at the incredible Chateau de Bagnols event enjoyed the French countryside by horse carriage, Jennifer clung to her iPad checking emails and doing business.
Jennifer Larson would also make sure those in her company were happy and comfortable. Regardless who was surrounding her at the time; family, staff, poker pros or guests, she treated everyone with respect and like family. Jennifer is easy to like, and you can tell that the concept of family is important to her.  After meeting her, you yearn to be a part of that family and you want to watch it grow.
We briefly discussed how she handles some of the petty pot-shots that competitors throw her way. Jennifer just smiles and shrugs. Water off a duck's back. She knows the way to win in the online gaming business is to simply be 'solid' and win the poker community over by demonstrating this consistently. By our observation, Jennifer is doing just that. She's weathered the 'Black Friday storm', and is constantly thinking of ways to rocket to the top.

Although Lock Poker already has a significantly large player base, Gambling911.com is inspired by Jennifer's motivation and excited to watch this company grow further.

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