Everest Poker announces 10 winners of Live the Dream promotion

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Jan 14, 2010 Posted in Online Poker News, Poker Room News | No Comments »

10 lucky Everest Poker players were able to lock-up a 1-year contract worth $100,000 from the popular online poker site through their ‘Live the Dream’ promotion. The players will represent Everest Poker at major tournaments around the globe, including the World Series of Poker with the site paying their entry-fees and travel expenses –amounting to $100,000.

Over 50,000 players competed in the promotion from Everest Poker who was the official sponsor of the 2009 World Series of Poker. The initial number was pared down to 200 through online qualifying events: The final 200 players then competed in a live event where they were judged on different criteria, including their online and live poker skill, and ability to promote the Everest Poker brand.

Fabien “SchumyFab” Perrot –France
Leonard “leoledingo” Truche –France
Julien “Garrincho54” Claudepierre –France
Ronny “Spadesman” Pickard –Germany
Tobias “Tobestar11” Wagner –Germany
Koen “koendb” de Bakker –Netherlands
Javier “elflacokanu” Martinez –Spain
Sigurd “TheBigViking” Eskeland –Norway
Thomas “DannyMcCoy” Froslev — Denmark
Viktoria “SexyGirl” Szlasi –Hungary

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