Poker Pro Jean-Robert Bellande Felted

Posted by Steve Ruddock on May 12, 2010 Posted in Poker News | No Comments »
Jean-Robert Bellande

Jean-Robert Bellande is considered one of the most prolific poker players in the world, well one of the prolific most poker players on Twitter that is!

Bellande, who shot to fame with his appearance on the reality TV show Survivor, has a following of over 4,500 people on Twitter, which he constantly updates with info on his life, as well as his quest to bring his poker bankroll to $1 million.

Well apparently that quest has been derailed with one too many trips into “Bobby’s Room”, and one of his recent Tweets read: “Cash 0 Stars 0 FTP 0 I feel sleepy.” Meaning, JRB has No live bankroll, No Stars bankroll, and No Full Tilt bankroll.

Obviously this is not the end of Jean-Robert’s poker career, but it certainly doesn’t bode well for him finding a new sponsor – Bellande was recently dumped by his long-time sponsor Bodog, along with David Williams and Justin Bonomo.

Bellande’s Twitter followers know that the mid-level pro has some trouble with game selection, and has no business taking part in the biggest game: Bellande can certainly hold his own against anyone, but he’s not in the top-tier of poker pros.

Poker News Boy will keep you updated on Bellande’s comeback, if and when it happens.  Until then, check his his updates on Bellandes Twitter page.

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