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Everest Poker Signing Sam Trickett as New Sponsored Pro


Sam Trickett is one of the most winning players in all of Europe, having cashed for almost $20 million in tournaments over the years. Now he has just signed a sponsorship agreement with Everest Poker, where he will promote the brand and in return give 10% of his WSOP winnings to players of Everest Poker this summer.

“I’m very excited to be joining Everest Poker,” Trickett said and continued: “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.”

So far Trickett has not been able to secure himself a bracelet from playing WSOP events, despite having cashed 12 times for more than $11.2 million in his life. He plans to change that this summer, as he has promised his mum to bring home a bracelet as well as wanting to provide a big score for everyone who owns a share in him through Everest Poker. Tricket Said:

“I’ve promised my Mum a bracelet and will be doing my very best to score big for everyone who’ll own a share in me. It will make the World Series grind a lot easier knowing I have a lot of players sweating my results this year.”

In order to get a share of Trickett in this year’s WSOP events, you will simply need to deposit and play on Everest Poker. The more you play and earn summit points, the bigger your share of the 10% will be. Everest Players will receive percentages in all the 20-30 events that Trickett is planning to play, except from the One Drop tournament.

“We want to encourage UK players to get behind Sam’s quest for a first bracelet this summer,” Des Duffy, Director of Everest Poker said and continued:  “I think for players who can’t make it to Las Vegas themselves, having a share in Sam will be the next big thing.”

Sam Trickett is well known for cashing big in tournaments, having his biggest cash in the 2012 version of the One Drop. Here he finished in second place and received a prize of $10 milllion, which is half of his lifetime cashes in total. Trickett has otherwise cashed in many major tournaments from all over the world and is seen as one of the best tournament players around.