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Titan Poker Players Snag Big Pay Days in July

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July is known for being a hot month, but the temperature wasn’t the only thing sizzling last month, both Titan online poker players and Titan Team members were hotter than firecrackers as they stashed their pockets with some colossal cash! And some of them even made a cash score at the 2010 World Series of Poker in Sin City!

His trip to the desert really paid off when Titan player Damien Luis from France who plays under the nickname of "dams692009," won a whopping $206,395 for his 41st place finish in the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas. Plus his fellow countryman Michael Maitre, who uses the nickname "avalika," took home the tidy sum of $57,102 for finishing 137th in the Main Event!  Another Main Event casher was Romania’s Ciorteanu Virgil Marius, also known as "ciorteanumarius," who took home $21,327 when he finished the tournament in 614th place.

Several other Titan Team members also raked in the cash winnings at this year’s World Series of Poker. Team member Sam Trickett from the United Kingdom who is known by the name of "Lloydstsb" had an impressive run leading to total winnings in excess of $650,000 for his cashes in six separate Series events, including a 2nd place finish in the No Limit Holdem $5,000 event, and a 7th place finish in the No Limit Holdem six-handed event.

Team member Marvin Rettenmaier of Germany, AKA "xcrash154," walked away with over $85,000 in World Series of Poker prize money by cashing in four different events including a well-earned 7th place finish in the No Limit Holdem $1,500 event. And Canadian Titan Team Captain Sorel Mizzi, who plays under the nickname "Imper1um" pocketed more than $37,000 in the Series for cashing in two separate events, including his 6th place finish in the Seven Card Stud $1,500 buy-in event.  In addition, Titan Team member Joel Benzinou of Belgium, also known as "joben19," won a total of $57,102 for finishing in the 151st spot in the Main Event.

Other successes achieved by Titan Poker players happened online and included a €2,700 prize package Irish Winter Festival in Dublin won by United Kingdom’s John Young. John plays under the nickname "metz13" and won his prize by taking first place in the Titan Poker Irish Winter Festival Super Satellite. Regarding his win, Jonh commented, "I would like to thank Titan Poker for giving me this chance and I hope to represent them well and with luck win some money on the way."

Italy’s Antonio Palazzo who uses the player name of "reply77" won a $10,000 prize package to the Football Finals in South Africa by qualifying in the raked hands race and winning the Top 40 Freeroll. Regarding his travels, Antonio said, "The trip was really exciting, a wonderful experience that will always remain in our hearts."

Titan player Adrian Constantin Marin who hails from Romania and uses the player name "Adrian900123" won a $5,500 prize package for his top finish in the Super Satellite to the APT Philippines in Manila. Regarding his win, Adrian said, "Thank you Titan Poker for running the APT satellites and for the opportunity to join together my 2 hobbies: traveling and poker."

One of these success stories could be yours! Be the next big winner when you play all the online poker games you love at Titan Poker! Get in the Game!

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