Full Tilt Poker Signs Andrew ‘LuckyChewy’ Lichtenberger

Andrew ‘LuckyChewy’ Lichtenberger has become the latest pro to become a sponsored member of Full Tilt Poker and will now take his place among the 135 strong Red Pro contingent.
The 22 year old from East Northport, New York first started playing poker when he was in college and then dropped out of his studies when he found he was making a pretty good living from playing cash poker online.
After a while, Lichtenberger fancied a change and made the switch to playing tournaments and it wasn’t long before his decision was confirmed to be a good one. At the WSOP 2009, Lichtenberger made the money in five events, including finishing 2nd in the $5,000 no-limit hold’em shoot-out for $215,403, and 18th in the Main Event for $500,557.
Andrew Lichtenberger’s remarkable run at the WSOP 2009 brought him squarely to the attention of the poker world, and last month he was making headlines once more, this time at the 2010 WSOP Circuit Las Vegas Main Event, where he picked up $190,137 for his first place finish. Currently, his career poker tournament earnings stand at an impressive $1,171,902.
The young pro is now looking forward to enjoying his new status as a Red Pro member, and although each player’s contracts will vary slightly some of the main benefits he will enjoy will include earning $35 per each hour he plays on the site, 100% rakeback, and bonuses linked to any TV appearances wearing the FTP logo.
Commenting on his signing with the online poker giant, Lichtenberger commented: “I became a FullTiltPoker.com Red Pro today so now I stand out in the chat box. Hopefully, I get both my avatar and first commercial soon.”

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