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Tony G Leaves PartyPoker

Aussie Poker Star From Lithuania Leaves Party Poker To Concentrate On His Betting Site

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Tony G with His Man United ChumsTony G, the mercurial Lituanian-Australian poker pro and business man, is no longer sponsored by Party Poker.

G, who owns online betting site TonyBet.com, said in a blog post, “The time has come to take a massive step in a new direction. Towards the future of the gambling market. This future is called TonyBet.com and I am a part of it.

“After a huge three years I have parted ways with my player deal at PartyPoker.com to follow my own interests – I am no longer sponsored by them to play poker. I want to thank with all my heart the people involved in making that sponsorship a big success – you know who you are.

“We are still very much in the early stages – we have huge plans. Come and beat me – come and take everything I have! I want to bet on the sun coming up in the morning but I have a clever team behind me who are trying to rein me in at the moment. We’ll see how clever they are!”

 
 
 
 
 
 

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