Ben Tollerene Inks Deal With 3Bet Poker Clothing TeamMay 23, 2013 12:13 pm
3Bet Poker Clothing is a leading apparel company which boasts an impressive roster of pros endorsing the brand, including the likes of Antonio Esfandiari, Doc Sands, Brian Rast, Jason Koon, Scott Clements, Jonathan Little, Greg Mueller, and Jeff Gross. Now the latest recruit to have his name added to the list is the high-stakes pro Ben “Bttech86” Tollerene, and commenting on their new signing, 3Bet owner Kevin Talbot said:
“Ben is obviously a tremendous player and fits in perfectly with our current team of young, elite professionals. He has been one the game’s top players for years, and we’re excited that the poker world is really starting to recognize his talent.”
Although the young US pro has won $308,332 playing live tournaments since 2008, it is online cash games where he has really focused his attention, and is currently in profit by a massive $2,168,880 at Full Tilt poker, as well as a further $2,574,808 at PokerStars.
Being a high-stakes cash game pro comes with swings that are not for the faint-hearted and Tollerene has had to endure some intense nosebleed sessions over the years. Only last month, for instance, he lost $1.7 million over one session playing $500/$1,000 capped PLO against Viktor “Isildur1” Blom, before getting stuck into the action and winning it back from Blom the very next day.
Needless to say, Ben Tollerene’s antics on the virtual felts are followed with great interest by many poker fans and his addition to 3Bet Poker Clothing is sure to prove a boon for the stylish apparel business. Tollerene will be visible at the upcoming WSOP in Las Vegas, too, and is expected to enter the $111,111 buy-in One Drop High Roller tournament, as well as the $50,000 Poker Player’s Championship, and Main Event. Commenting on his latest sponsorship deal, Ben Tollerene said:
“I’m so excited to join the incredible roster of players on Team 3Bet and am honored to wear the line both when grinding online and at several of the big tournaments at the WSOP next month.”