Team PKR Pro Joined By Marc ‘Waswini’ Bariller

Team PKR Pro Joined By Marc ‘Waswini’ Bariller 3D poker room PKR has just announced the addition of a new member to Team PKR Pro, under the guise of young French online professional Marc ‘Waswini’ Bariller.
The 23 year old from Montjean started playing freerolls on PKR back in February 2007, as French laws meant he wasn’t able to deposit money with his credit cards, and he has since gone on to build a bankroll from scratch and accumulate over $75,000 from tournament winnings.
Amongst the young pros impressive MTT tournament successes are victories at The $30 buy-in PKR Open ($3,456), the $25 buy-in PLO Super Series ($1,968), and the $500 buy-in PKR High Roller in January this year, for his biggest score to date of $15,260.
Marc ‘Waswini’ Bariller now joins a team of young PKR pros consisting of Sofia ‘welllbet’ Lövgren, Vladimir ‘Beyne’ Geshkenbein, Adrien ‘zlatan35’ Allain, James ‘james666’ Sudworth and Kai ‘kingkai84’ Paulsen, and he couldn’t be more delighted. Commenting on his new deal, Marc ‘Waswini’ Bariller said: 
“Becoming part of Team PKR Pro was my ultimate goal. It’s amazing news. It’s the ultimate recognition in the PKR Community and nothing could make me happier. It’s with great pleasure that I join Team PKR Pro and its five crazy players!’
As well as online success, Marc Bariller also enjoys playing live and has qualified to play in four PKR Live festivals, as well as winning seats for APT and WSOP events. Bariller’s biggest live score to date was $8,000 for finishing 6th at the $1,000 buy-in PKR Live III Main Event, and said he now looks forward to competing at the WSOP 2010 between the 20th and 30th of June, in his first official Team PKR Pro debut.
Good luck to Marc ‘Waswini’ Bariller and we look forward to hearing about his future poker endeavours with PKR. In the meantime, Marc had these words of advice to say for those of you wondering about the secret of his success:
“There is no secret. You have to be very strict in your bankroll management, and forget about skipping levels. Learn from others, learn from your mistakes, watch videos from Pros and be extremely patient. Success in poker comes from long term dedication.”

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