Felipe Mojave Ramos Joins Lock Poker

Felipe Mojave Ramos Joins Lock PokerLock Poker has just announced that the latest addition to their Lock Pro Elite team is Brazilian poker pro Felipe Mojave Ramos.
The multi-talented player began playing poker professionally in 2008 and got off to a great start after going deep in two international competitions, including finishing the €4,700 EPT Sanremo in 13th for €22,400 ($35,389) and the €2k EPT Grand Final Monte Carlo in 3rd for €44,400 ($70,257). Since then Ramos has racked up around $2.5 million in winnings, including cashes online under the screen name “mojave14.” Commenting on his latest deal with Lock Poker, Felipe Mojave Ramos said:
“I am incredibly happy to be part of the Lock Poker family and join such a great team with the best players in the world. I started playing poker trying to follow their steps and now I have the privilege to be on their side. Also, to join a serious company and a great poker site is a dream come true and I am looking forward to representing Lock Poker and honor our brand in Brazil, South America and around the world. Thank you Lock for this amazing opportunity.”
As well as being a prolific player, he is also considered a poker ambassador in Brazil where he has represented his country both as a member of the national poker team, and in the IFP world champion of poker. He also holds regular poker seminars and writes articles for various poker magazines. Following news of his signing, Lock Poker CEO Jennifer Larson, said:
“Felipe is another excellent addition to the Lock family! He is fiery and passionate in everything he does. He throws his heart, soul and mind into the game without a hesitation. He is going to take Lock into a whole new world as we move to dominate the South American market. With Felipe, and the LockPRO army of brilliant minds beside us, we will succeed. Partnering with our Players is the only path to being the best and only choice!”
Felipe Mojave Ramos now joins Lock Poker’s ever expanding list of sponsored pros, which includes Melanie Weisner, Paul Volpe, Jeff Romano, Leo Margets, Michael Drummond, Matt Stout, Eric Lynch, Annette Obrestad, Chris Moorman, Kevin Vandersmissen, Jared Hubbard, Casey Jarzabek, and a number of other notable poker pros.

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