Everest Poker Joined By French Pro Fabrice Soulier

Fabrice “FabSoul” Soulier has just signed with Everest Poker, in a deal designed to enhance the online poker site’s support for the French poker industry.France has recently decided to open its closed market to foreign competition in the near future, and the addition of Fabrice Soulier to Everest will help establish the company even further within the French poker market.
Soulier is one of France’s most celebrated poker professionals and was named the number one French Poker player in 2001 and 2006. Over the years he has notched up an impressive $1.5 million in tournament winnings  including a first place finish at the 2001 Grand Prix de Paris NLH and a win at the 2008 Marrakech Poker Open for $135,498. He is also a regular at WSOP events where he has finished in the money over 15 times since 2004, for a total of $476,210, including a record 7 cashes at this year’s WSOP.
Soulier decided to move to the United States to further his poker career and talks fondly of the experience he has gained while there. He said: “During the L.A. Poker Classic, I had an epiphany. Being the chip leader cleared up any doubts I had had facing the greatest players in the world. I feel better in general. Now I can look any opponent straight in the eyes.”
“Some big players helped me a lot at certain times. For example when I had that win in Los Angeles last February before the final table at the L.A. Poker Classic, Phil Ivey gave me some advice: ‘Go all in on a bluff and go down. It happens a lot to good players and it will happen to you,’ he said.”
Fabrice Soulier is used to the limelight and was a producer of French TV shows before becoming a professional poker player and moving across the Atlantic. He has since helped raise the profile and standing of the game in French society and was one of the poker teacher on the french show NRJ Pokerstars, helped create the poker information website ‘Madeinpoker’ and is a regular at key French tournaments throughout the year.
Soulier is now the second Frenchman to join Everest Poker this year, the first being 2009 WSOP November Niner Antoine Saout who joined the site in the summertime.

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