Allen Cunningham joins Team Full Tilt

Allen Cunningham

Full Tilt Poker announced this week that Allen Cunningham has been added as a member of Team Full Tilt. The four-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner had been a representative of the site the past two years before joining the team.

"Allen Cunningham has simply been the best all-around player at the WSOP over the last two years," said Howard Lederer, fellow team member. "Team Full Tilt is honored to welcome such an accomplished player to its ranks."

Cunningham had six cashes at the WSOP this year, one of which was a win for his fourth bracelet and another was a fourth place finish in the Main Event. In 2005, he had five cashes, one win for a bracelet, and three other final table finishes as well.

As a member of Team Full Tilt, Cunningham will represent the site during tournaments as well as share the knowledge that has made him so successful with amateur players at Full Tilt Poker. He joins 49 other professional players on the site giving advice, but is only the 13th pro to be made a member of Team Full Tilt.

Editor's Note: Team Full Tilt is a select group of poker players that represents the online gaming site and plays poker several hours a week in its poker rooms, helping online amateurs improve their game by offering tips through real-time chats at the tables. Members of the team include Andy Bloch, Allen Cunningham, Chris "Jesus" Ferguson, Phil Gordon, Clonie Gowen, Jennifer Harman, the Hendon Mob, Phil Ivey, John Juanda, Howard Lederer, Mike Matusow, Huck Seed, and Erik Seidel, among others.

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