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Titan Poker Players From Around the Globe Win Big

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Titan Poker offers the excitement of non-stop poker action to players from countries all across the world and it is apparent Titan players play to win. Just like these latest success stories added to the Titan Poker never ending tally of players who won big.

Hearty congratulations are in order for Jose Manuel Gomez Rabenaque and Olivier Harguindeguy for their excellent game play that led them to their share of fortune and fame by playing on Titan Poker.

Jose hails from Spain and uses the Titan player nickname of "nifrendis."  Proving he knows how to play the game, he recently won an impressive $57,991 for his 83rd place finish in the Main Event of the Word Series of Poker in Las Vegas. His final stand took place when his pair of tens came up short to Kevin Schaffel’s two pair of A-A-7-7. It was a tough loss, but Jose returns to Spain thousands richer after having a high successful run at the tables that should make him and his native country proud. Jose can hold his head high after holding his own among some of the biggest names in the world of poker, including Joe Hachem and Phil Hellmuth. These two pros provided Jose some memorable moments when he shaved off 260,000 in chips from Hellmuth and 150,000 chips from Hachem.

Regarding his experience at the World Series of Poker, Jose said, “I never imagined that I would get so far, knowing that there would be 6,500 other players. The Titan Poker staff in Las Vegas were good, very nice people, and they treated me well. The thing I like best about Titan Poker is the support. They always help me right away and they solve my problems.”

French player, Olivier Harguindeguy, who plays under the Titan Poker nickname of "axeria2" was also a recent winner. Successfully focusing his play over a two-week period, he won an $8,000 prize package to the Asian Poker Tour Macau for reigning victorious in the APT Macau Super Satellite at Titan Poker. He also scored a $4,000 prize package to the Irish Winter Festival by taking first place in the Titan Poker Irish Winter Festival Super Satellite. Olivier shares his back to back winning strategy with fellow Titan players in stating, “I advise players to be patient and always observe what is happening on the table - never be afraid of spending chips. In addition, never lose confidence in your game, even after several bad beats.”

In addition to his affection for mountain hiking, Olivier’s other hobby is to put his skills to the test at the great game of poker. He began his journey at the poker table two years ago and has been a Titan Poker player for only four months. Regarding his online experiences at the table at another poker site, Olivier said, “I was playing on another poker room, but I was encountering some problems. When I met the Titan Poker staff and other Titan Poker players at the Asian Poker Tour in Manila, I decided that I needed to join them and register at Titan.”

Olivier recounted his most memorable moment at the final table of the Irish Winter Festival Satellite by saying, “I had a pair of Jacks, another player had a pair of Aces… and then it happened. A Jack came to help me on the River, even though I had more chips than any other player at the table.”

Hats off to these latest winners for their impressive achievements in the poker world. Why not visit Titan Poker today and begin your journey to financial success at the poker tables too?

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