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Comprised of some of the most renowned poker players in the game today, there's no more imposing collection of poker talent under one umbrella than Team Full Tilt and its complementary lineup of "Full Tilt Pros."
And with well over 50 World Series of Poker bracelets across the full roster, there's also little else they need to do to prove it.
Led by "The Professor," Howard Lederer - himself a two-time WSOP bracelet winner - Team Full Tilt is a modern day who's who of poker icons.
At the top: Phil Ivey, considered by most the best all-around player in the world and perhaps the most feared tablemate on the planet; Allen Cunningham, five-time WSOP bracelet winner and easily one of the most respected players among his peers; and Erik Seidel, eight-time bracelet winner and one of the elite top ten on the all-time WSOP money list.
Rounding out the A-Team: John Juanda, Gus Hansen, Jennifer Harman, Erick Lindgren, Chris "Jesus" Ferguson, Andy Bloch, Mike "The Mouth" Matusow, Phil Gordon and Clonie Gowen - all esteemed players in their own right, with a dozen gold bracelets and millions of dollars in tournament and cash game winnings among them.
Worn by some 40+ more Full Tilt Pros, including the likes of Huck Seed, Gavin Smith, David Benyamine and Carlos Mortenson, the ubiquitous Full Tilt logo is one of the most respected and prominent images in modern poker - and a more-than-frequent sight at the final table of a high-buy-in poker event.
Look for weekly strategy tips from a revolving group of pros in the Pro Tips blog section, or track them down online at Full Tilt (their names are listed in red), where they're always happy to take a minute to chat with their fans.
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- Tilt Control
- Building and Maintaining a Bankroll
- Being the Big-Stack Bully
- Playing a Short Stack in Multi-Table Tournaments
- Establishing a Tight Table Image