Full Tilt Poker recently added new tabs to its website that identify the current tour ambassadors and Black Card pros.
In addition to Gus Hansen and Viktor ‘Isuldur1’ Blom, “The Professionals” who represent Full Tilt both live and online, a total of 14 pro players are on the list of “Tour Ambassadors.” Those ambassadors hail from seven different countries, with Brazilians leading the list at four. The UK and Australia each have three players on the list, while one tour ambassador comes from each of Hungary, Romania, Ireland, and Croatia.
The 14 Full Tilt tour ambassadors are: Andras Nemeth – Hungary; Martins Adeniya – United Kingdom; Carlos Marques Caputo – Brazil; Robert Cezarescu – Romania; Dermot Blain – Ireland; Hana Soljan – Croatia; Larissa Metran – Brazil; Leonardo Martins – Brazil; Ben Jenkins – United Kingdom; Tom Grigg – Australia; Rafael Caiaffa – Brazil; Sinem Melin – United Kingdom; Jonathan Karamalikis – Australia; Liam O’Rourke – Australia.
The Black Card pros who were named by only their screen names earlier this month are also listed under separate tab at the FTP website. The first batch of Black Card pros total 13 and come from eight different countries. Three each from Russia and the UK, two from the Netherlands, and one from Austria, Germany, Canada, Sweden and Serbia.
The Black Card pros won prize packages worth $20,000 and cashback of 100% during their reign. Remember that any player can become a Black Card pro by opting in and excelling on the Full Tilt felt during a four-month qualifying period. The latest period began on January 1 and will end April 30.