Trickett's run continues with Titan Poker

June 17, 2011, Posted by Pokerfarm

Trickett's run continues with Titan Poker

In trying economic times for the poker community sponsorhip deals are exceptionally hard to come by a the moment. Getting sponsored is one thing, but holding on to your sponsor is another. One man who has managed to retain his deal is Pokerfarm's Sam Trickett. His sponsor Titan Poker released this press statement yesterday:

LONDONJune 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

The Rising British Poker Star who Excelled at the Aussie Millions and the German Winner of Major European Poker Tournaments Will Represent Titan Poker in 2011, the leading online poker room in Europe, has announced that that British poker star Sam Trickett and German poker pro Marvin Rettenmaier will continue representing the brand globally throughout 2011.Both players joined Titan Poker's Team Titan cadre of professional players in March 2010 and have represented the room at major poker events around the world to huge success.Sam Trickett, who was honored at the 2010 British Poker Awards as Best New Player, started 2011 in style by winning the Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge and then followed that with a 2nd place finish in the $250,000 Super High Roller event.

Trickett's career winnings total more than $4,600,000 of which more than $2,900,000 has been won so far this year.Marvin Rettenmaier has become a regular fixture on the European poker circuit. He won the Spanish Poker Tour Grand Finale Costa Brava 2010 Main Event and the France Poker Series Grand Final in Paris.  Rettenmaier was named 2010 Poker Newcomer of the Year by poker news website PokerOlymp.

The two poker pros will represent Titan Poker at the tournaments in Las Vegas this summer and at other prestigious poker events around the globe this year.

Our congratulations go out to Sam - It's been a quiet start to the Series for him but hopefully this is the news he needs to spur him onto a bracelet this summer in Vegas!


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