David Benayamine signs with Mansion Poker

David Benyamine

When David Benyamine heads to the Caribbean Poker Classic this month, he will be sporting the Mansion Poker logo after signing on to be sponsored by the site. Mansion Poker announced the deal today and welcomed Benyamine to the team.

"Mansion is proud to endorse a player with David's reputation and standing amongst poker's elite," said Kathryn Farrell, Mansion Ltd. communications manager.

David Benyamine, who was nicknamed the "French Kid" by Doyle Brunson, is a regular at the Bellagio in the "Big Game" played by some of the world's top pro players. He is also a two-time World Poker Tour title holder after winning the 2003 Grand Prix de Paris and the Battle of Champions II in 2005.

"We are confident that David will bring a class of play to Mansion Poker that will capture the attention of high-limit cash and prestige tournament players worldwide, and we look forward to David becoming recognized as a valued ambassador for Mansion," Farrell said.

The deal with Mansion Poker includes Benyamine playing on the poker site to help the site grow its player base. Players should look for him playing under the name "davidbenyamine" as he hones his skills and proves his talent on the site.

"I am enthusiastic about working with a gaming company that is driven to emerge as a leader in the high roller market for both online and land-based events, and I look forward to sharing the Mansion Poker experience with the best players in the world," Benyamine said.

Mansion Poker not only runs an online poker site but is also responsible for the Poker Dome Challenge televised tournament series that takes place in Las Vegas and has a $1 million prize for the winner.

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