Lacey Jones and Absolute Poker part ways

Posted by Steve Ruddock on May 29, 2010 Posted in Poker Player News | No Comments »

Right before the World Series of Poker gets underway is probably not the best time to lose the biggest name –and prettiest face—representing your online poker site, but that is precisely what happened when it was announced that Lacey Jones would be leaving Absolute Poker.

As of writing, she still appears on the Absolute Poker website as a sponsored player, but it’s unclear precisely when the two will officially part company.

Jones is known more for her hosting of poker shows and events, and is one of the better interviewers in all of poker. She also does numerous modeling, as well as being able to hold her own at the poker tables – although she enters very few events due to her hosting and interview duties.

Lacey has been Tweeting about some new projects on the horizon, but hasn’t gone into any details about the venture(s), only saying: “Today is a new chapter of my life and I’ve never been more excited! Get ready for some BIG things everyone!”

It will be interesting to see where Lacey Jones lands next, and if the signing will take place during the WSOP. One thing is for certain, Jones is definitely a hot commodity in the poker world.

Remember you can play at many more online poker sites. Take PKR for example, where if you use a PKR Bonus Code you will get a great PKR Bonus.

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