Full Tilt Pro Andrew Feldman will Appear on High Stakes Poker

One of the next players scheduled to appear on the 6th season of High Stakes Poker is Full Tilt Poker Pro Andrew Feldman.  He is going to the be the first Full Tilt Poker pro from the United Kingdom to appear on the show.
The episode of High Stakes Poker with Andrew Feldman is going to be filmed in November and then will premiere in February 2010 on GSN.  When asked about his upcoming appearance on High Stakes Poker, Feldman said:
“Apparently I was recommended to the producer by none other than Tom ‘Durrrr’ Dwan. Maybe he thinks I’m good value, maybe he thinks I’ll give action…I hope it’s the latter. Last month I played the full tilt million dollar cash game, but this is going to be just as tough if not tougher!”
So far in over 5 seasons the show hasn’t had a player from the United Kingdom so even if Feldman doesn’t win he will still be remembered for that alone.  We don’t’ know at this time who else will be appearing along with Andrew Feldman.
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