Tom Dwan, the new ambassador of Triton Poker

Triton Poker has just officially announced a partnership with Tom Dwan, a player with multiple awards. He therefore becomes the second ambassador of the festival after Jason Koon who is full of praise for the latter.

A fairly impressive course

The appointment of Tom Dwan as ambassador of Triton Poker does not surprise the professional players of the circuit. It must be said that the American player does not go unnoticed and represents one of the best in his field. He has already participated in the first editions of the festival launched by Malaysian Richard Young in 2015. He is also a regular at high-stakes games and continues to strengthen the image of the game of Short Deck, a variant created by Triton Poker. According to Jason Koon, Dwan was already at the top of the biggest tournaments around the world. The person adds that he was one of the first players to embark on the adventure in Asia. In these parts, it remains among the most interesting to observe and to face.

Tom Dwan is starting to make a name for himself by accumulating nearly $ 2 million in winnings with only a deposit of $ 50. Since then, he has performed well in tournaments, earning nearly $ 3.2 million live, reports The Hendon Mob. From 2009 he joined Viktor “Isildur 1” Blom and Gus Hansen in the team of operator Full Tilt. Subsequently, he ended this collaboration in 2013 becoming today, the new ambassador of Triton Poker. This partnership is explained by the player’s fame on the circuit since it allows other players to be won over like Fedor Holz, Justin Bonomo, Timothy Adams, John Juanda, Dan Colman, Daniel “Jungleman” Cates, Phil Ivey, Mikita Badziakouski or Jason Koon on the Triton festival.

Tom Dwan therefore becomes the second player to promote the Triton Poker festival by taking on the role of brand ambassador after Jason Koon. He will make his first appearance at the Triton Poker Series in Montenegro. For this edition, the organizers are reserving for participants a series of ten events including a No-Limit Hold’em one buy-in Main Event and a 1m Ante Only HKD Main Event.