Glamorous Young Poker Pro Amanda Musumeci Joins Team Bodog

 Bodog has just added a touch of glamour to their Team Bodog stable after announcing the addition of the 25 year-old beauty from Philadelphia and online poker sensation Amanda Musumeci.
The Kutztown University Speech/Mass Communications major had been a regular on Bodog for two and a half years and amassed over $200,000 profit playing MTT’s, when she entered Bodog’s call to find an all new female poker pro. As she explains:
“So when Bodog showed a genuine interest in me, I was ecstatic. I’ve spent most of my online poker career playing at, and getting the chance to play as a pro for my favorite room was the opportunity of a lifetime. It also really showed me that, unlike a lot of other rooms, Bodog supports and invests in their players. I couldn’t ask for a better home and look forward to kicking some butt in Bodog’s name.”
Amanda Musumeci’s started out on her poker adventure as a means to help pay for her schooling at college. After reading a few poker books, practicing good bankroll management and grinding small-mid stakes MTTs for a while she was making enough to cover most of her bills. However, her big break came when a friend took her to the Aussie Millions tournament where she met close friend and poker mentor Anna Wroblewski.
Before long Amanda Musumeci and Anna Wroblewski were living in an unoccupied condo owned by poker legend Barry Greenstein in Las Vegas and since then her poker career has continued to go from success to success.
Amanda Musumeci is now delighted to be joining Evelyn Ng as the faces of Bodog poker, and looking forward to playing at least ten $1,000 to $5,000 events at the upcoming WSOP. Commenting on their new pro, a Bodog spokesman said:
“Combine Musumeci and Ng’s sultry seductions and feminine charms with their years of experience and finely honed skills, and you’ve got the succubi of the online poker world – two women as beautiful as they are dangerous.”

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