Full Tilt Poker unveils new commercial featuring Tom ‘durrrr”

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Apr 07, 2010 Posted in Poker Player News | No Comments »

Full Tilt Poker is rolling out their latest addition to the popular online poker sites impressive arsenal of talent, a commercial featuring the latest addition to Team Full Tilt Tom Dwan. The online poker superstar was the biggest free agent in poker before he signed with Full Tilt Poker last year, and now Full Tilt is starting to take advantage of Dwan’s popularity.

A sneak peak of the commercial, which features Dwan talking about developing your own style, can be seen on the Full Tilt Poker website. The commercial is 33 seconds long, is shot in black and white, and portrays Dwan in front of mirror of revolving pros as he talks about the pros that influenced his game.

Dwan who is in his early twenty’s has already put together one of the most impressive resumes in online poker history, and is considered by many to be the best online poker player in the short history of the game; this despite an abysmal 2009 where Dwan lost millions at the Full Tilt Poker tables.

Dwan has also had impressive results on GSN’s High Stakes Poker, where he is taking part in his second season on the show; showing his fearless aggression, his propensity for ridiculous prop bets, and a little bit of luck on the show has added even more members to the ‘durrrr’ fan club.

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