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Full Tilt Signs Jon Little and Scott Clements

Poker Site Continues to Scoop Up Young Talent

Full Tilt Poker has continued its poker pro-signing spree by recently adding both Scott Clements and Jonathan Little to its roster of sponsored poker pros. This signing came hot on the heels of the two players' respective first- and second-place finishes at the North American Poker Championship in Canada. Their finishes bumped both players into the top three of the Card Player Player of the Year race.

Both Clements and Little's online names and the tables on which they play will now show up in red on Full Tilt. Click here to read about some of the other up-and-coming young players that Full Tilt recently signed.

The bios for both players, taken from Card Player's extensive player database, follow:

Scott Clements

Scott Clements Scott Clements, of Mount Vernon, Washington, is known as "BigRiskky" online. In live tournaments, he made his first World Series of Poker cash in the 2005 main event. Since then, he has pocketed two WSOP bracelets in Omaha. His first bracelet came in 2006 in a $3,000 buy-in Omaha eight-or-better event in which he beat Thor Hansen heads up. Then, in the 2007 WSOP, he took down a $1,500 buy-in pot-limit Omaha event. He continued his run and claimed his first World Poker Tour title at the 2007 World Poker Tour North American Poker Championship. Clements took home nearly $1.5 million for that win.

Jonathan Little

Jonathan LittleJonathan Little is known to the online poker community as "FieryJustice," and has recently made a name for himself on the live-tournament circuit.

Little gained some recognition when he made the final table of the World Poker Tour Caribbean Adventure championship, in which he placed fifth. However, his performance at the Mirage Poker Showdown solidified his name in the poker community. Little took home almost $1.1 million for his victory there, along with a coveted WPT title. Little got the chance to win his second WPT title at the 2007 North American Poker Championship but placed second at the televised final table.

Little is not just about playing poker. He also coaches and owns a training site called where he and his team try to help people become better at playing sit-and-gos. Little is also a member of the Shipitholla Ballas crew.

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