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  1. partypoker’s new ‘Team Online’ continues to take shape this week as two more prominent poker streamers have been added to the roster. In the past two days, both Travis ‘dramaticdegen’ Darroch and Patrick ‘XxXMLGPROXxX’ Tardif have been officially appointed as new partypoker ambassadors. Travis ‘dramaticdegen’ Darroch A former aspiring actor, Travis Darroch found his way into poker after his mom, knowing he was a big Matt Damon fan, showed him the iconic poker film Rounders when he was a teenager. Then, after hearing about Twitch from the Joe Rogan podcast, Darroch channeled his desire
  2. Twitch Poker pioneer Jamie Staples has announced that he will be joining partypoker’s emerging Team Online. Over the past few weeks, partypoker has been incredibly active in announcing a steady stream of online poker pros to their newly formed Team Online, their squad of streaming poker players aimed at promoting play for the online site. On Friday, came the biggest announcement yet. Former PokerStars ambassador Jaime Staples will officially become part of the fledgling team as of May 4. The May 4 date falls 90 days after Staples announcement that he was leaving PokerStars. Jaime Stapes’
  3. Less than a month after announcing that he was stepping away from his sponsorship with PokerStars, Jeff Gross has announced he is now a member of partypoker’s quickly expanding Team Online. Gross is arguably the highest profile poker professional to be named to the new online team thus far. For well over a decade, Gross has been a fixture on the live poker scene, amassing over $3.2 million in live earnings and over $1.4 million playing online. In addition to his poker results, Gross gained next-level notoriety through his use of social media. He has a passionate online streaming community o
  4. partypoker continued to roll out the lineup for their new squad of online poker streamers on Tuesday with the announcement that longtime Twitch poker personality Courtney ‘courtiebee’ Gee has signed on as part of Team Online. A graduate from the University of British Columbia with a degree in Science, Canada’s Gee started out in poker, at age 19, grinding Sit & Go’s, Six Max tournaments and Heads-Up Hypers. In 2011, after winning a qualifier tournament on PokerStars, she submitted an audition tape and ultimately was featured as a ‘Loose Cannon’ on PokerStars cash game television show th
  5. partypoker continues to make waves in the poker world and this week announced the official formation of partypoker Team Online. Consisting of three Brazilians and one Austrian, the four players will promote worldwide partypokerLIVE events and online side of the business. The Austrian of the group of is Josip ‘Jozinho16’ Simunic, who owns $1.3 million in live tournament earnings. The 34-year-old Simunic is an accomplished pro with live high roller wins in Europe. When not on the felt, Simunic joins the commentary booth for the partypokerLIVE MILLIONS Grand Final in Barcelona in April. "
  6. The stable of partypoker’s newly established Team Online continues to grow with the addition of Canada’s Ryan ‘RSchoonbaert’ Schoonbaert. Schoonbaert, like the rest of Team Online, is a professional online poker player and regular Twitch Poker streamer. What separates him though is his affinity for more than just No Limit Hold’em. He plays all the games. Schoonbaert is considered a mixed-game specialist, regularly switching up his stream by hopping into Pot Limit Omaha, H.O.R.S.E, Omaha 8 and 8-Game tournaments. He gives his audience a breath of fresh air from the standard online grind.
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