Ylon Schwartz Joins BubbleProtection.comFebruary 14, 2012 10:56 am
Revolutionary new poker concept BubbleProtection.com, was launched back in November 2011, and has continued to gain strength after some of the top poker players in the world have come on-board to endorse the product.
First there was online poker’s biggest tournament winner with $7,756,524 in cashes, Chris Moorman. The UK player was then followed by Emanuel ‘Will’ Failla with $3,318,805 in live earnings, as well as being ranked the World Poker Tour’s number one player. And now Ylon Schwartz has been nominated as the company’s third official spokesman.
Ylon “TenthPlanet” Schwartz is a 41 year-old chess master from New York, who discovered that many of his chess skills were transferable to poker, such as the memory skills needed for remembering betting patterns of opponents. After realising there was more money to be made playing poker, he switched games and has never looked back since.
Currently listed 84th on poker’s ‘All Time Money List’ with $4,357,148 in winnings, Schwartz’s biggest poker moment came in 2008 when he finished 4th in the WSOP Main Event, earning $3,794,974 for his efforts.
As well as a total of 18 cashes at the WSOP, Ylon Schwartz is also a prolific online MTT player, making his partnership with BubbleProtection.com a perfect fit. A true gamer at heart with a penchant for game strategy, it didn’t take Schwartz long to see the potential of the company which protects the buy-ins of 10% of the field, and commenting on BubbleProtection.com, he said:
“I am proud to be associated with a company that has introduced the most innovative new poker product I have seen in many years. BubbleProtection presents a new wrinkle in how to play tournament poker. It offers a user a significant strategic advantage during the most crucial stages of tournament play, allowing you to accumulate chips leaving you in a powerful position for the endgame. When properly employed BubbleProtection will result in a significant increase in your cash rate and considerably more final tables.