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Mickey mementmori Petersen Named Newest PokerStars Online Team Pro

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Sep/11/2011
Mickey mementmori Petersen PokerStars

Danish poker player Mickey 'mementmori" Petersen was named the newest PokerStars online team pro as revealed by the site’s best known representative, Daniel Negreanu.

PocketFives.com currently ranks Petersen number 14 for 2011.

•   $75,766.50 May 13th, 2011
$1,575 buy in, SCOOP-15-H: $1,575 NL Hold'em [2X Chance, Turbo, $400K Guaranteed], on PokerStars. 3rd place for $75,766.50

•   $45,600.00 May 21st, 2011
$5,200 buy in, SCOOP-34-H: $5,200 PL Omaha [6-Max, $250K Guaranteed], on PokerStars. 4th place for $45,600.00

$38,464.00 Mar 28th, 2011
$1,000 buy in, $1K Monday $2 Million, on Full Tilt Poker. 8th place for $38,464.00.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

 

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