Absolute Poker Loses Poker Babe Lacey Jones

Poker babe Lacey Jones has just announced she is leaving Absolute Poker, after having joined the site around 10 months earlier.
The 31 year old Texan born beauty is known as much for her stunning looks as she is for her poker skills and has been very much involved in promoting the poker industry since getting her first break as a hired model playing at an ESPN tournament in 2005. 
Since then, the graduate with a degree in Political Science / French has enjoyed a career that has gone from strength to strength and has even managed to balance playing poker with a lucrative modelling career, as well as hosting several TV poker shows, including the World Series of Poker, U.S. Poker Bowl, and the Borgata Poker Open.
The announcement that Lacey is now to leave Absolute Poker just as the WSOP 2010 gets underway, came as quite a surprise as this is traditionally a time when players go forth and represent their sites and new players are recruited.
However, Absolute Poker were keen to point out that this was purely an “amicable” arrangement, and that they wished “Lacey only the best in her future endeavours and know that she will be successful in whatever she chooses.”
This would seem to ring true as Lacey Jones’ career continues to blossom, having recently signed a deal to become the spokeswoman of the Canadian Poker Tour (CPT), where she now takes part in the CPT sponsored tournament events and brings more than a touch of glamour to the proceedings.
Lacey also has a sponsorship deal in place with clothing company KSINO, as they said she encapsulated the company’s ethos of “playing great and looking hot while doing it.”
Commenting on her move from Absolute Poker, Lacey hinted at some other major projects in the making, but would only say: “Today is a new chapter of my life and I’ve never been more excited! Get ready for some BIG things everyone!”

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