Team PartyPoker Welcomes Tony G Onboard

Antanas ‘Tony G’ Guoga has just been signed to Team Party Poker, in a deal which also includes his own online poker room, Tony G Poker, being acquired by PartyPoker, as part of his association with the company.
Following an announcement of the deal, a PartyGaming spokesman said: “We are delighted to welcome Tony to Team Party. Tony is undoubtedly one of poker’s biggest characters in the game – a personal deal for him made huge sense. We are also happy to have acquired the assets of and look forward to welcoming his players aboard.”
The relocation of to PartyPoker owned Noble Poker is likely to be smooth, as both sites are located on the iPoker network, and will give Partypoker access to the site’s healthy customer base. Guoga also sees the deal as mutually beneficially and said “the exciting acquisition of its assets by the PartyGaming will create a larger more flexible and productive playing environment,” for the players.
Tony G is one of the highest profile poker players in the world today and is famed for his aggressive trash talk at the tables, as well as being a successful and enterprising businessman when away from the felt. As of 2009, Guoga has earned in excess of $3 million from live tournaments, which pales into significance compared to the revenue he generates from  his network of high traffic poker sites, which includes, and
Tony G lives in Melbourne, Australia, and is expected to make his debut for PartyPoker at the 2010 Aussie Millions. Following the announcement, he said: “I cannot wait to start playing for Team Party on the circuit. I’ve always loved Party and what better way to kick off than at the Aussie Millions. I am also really excited about the Premier League in February – it is the best event in poker in my eyes.”
Tony G now takes his place amongst a team  which includes Kara Scott, Felipe Ramos, Bodo Sbrzesny, Remy Biechel, Stewart Scott, Mike Sexton and Ian Frazer.

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