Is Tom Dwan becoming red?

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Aug 28, 2009 Posted in Poker Player News | No Comments »

Tom Dwan

Every Full Tilt Poker Pro is shown in red letters and this might happen to Mr. Durrr pretty soon. Of course these are only speculations but rumors are spread that he could sign as Full Tilt Pro in the near future. Nobody knows why Tom Dwan doesn’t have a sponsor already. He’s one of the most popular and successful players and even unknown players can get a sponsor nowadays. But Durrr has none and the reason might be that he’s waiting for a very big deal. Maybe he doesn’t care if he gets 100 % rakeback at Full Tilt or if some of his live tournaments are getting paid. Maybe he’s looking for shares and a deal where he can earn millions.

And Full Tilt would be the best sponsor. He’s playing there already and generates a few hundred thousands in rake each year. As a Full Tilt Pro he would get most of it back and has some other privileges. And it seems that it’s getting too lucrative for Dwan to deny such a sponsorship. Howard Lederer, one of the heads of Full Tilt Poker says in a TV show called Inside Deal: „Full Tilt would be very happy if Tom becomes part of the Full Tilt team. However, we have to elaborate the conditions.“

So it seems that it’s only a matter of time when Tom Dwan is becoming red.

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