Poker Hottie Tatjana Pasalic Renews Bodog Contract

Poker Hottie Tatjana Pasalic Renews Bodog ContractOne year after signing Bosnian born beauty Tatjana Pasalic to its roster of sponsored pros, the Bodog Poker Network has renewed the 27 year-old stunner’s sponsorship deal until 2013. Following the announcement, Tatjana tweeted:
“Very proud and happy to announce that I have renewed my @Bodog and contract. Bring on the party and more poker videos!”
Tatjana Pasalic has been a part of the poker industry since the age of 19 and spent time on TV presenting for PartyPoker, WPT Europe and the poker game show ‘Face the Pro. However, Tatjana’s poker playing experience was fairly limited having only entered her first tournament in September 2009.
After joining Bodog last May, Tatjana was promised extensive poker training and said she was looking forward to adding to her tournament tally which then stood at $5,937. Unfortunately, since then Tatjana’s poker results have remained the same with her last tournament cash coming back in March 2010 at the Women’s World Open IV in London.
Nevertheless, the Bodog brand values having a bubbly personality and attractive looks as much as poker playing prowess, as it seeks to add a touch of much needed glamour to the industry. Recently, for instance, Bodog was looking for a new player to join the site, stating at the time:
“Bodog is looking for an attractive female poker player who is a fresh face in the industry. Bodog is not looking to teach a Playboy model how to play poker so poker experience is necessary.”
That person turned out to be Hong Kong resident Jay Tan with $63,899 in live earnings. Other babes belonging to Team Bodog Pro include Amanda Leatherman with $3,682 in earnings, and Evelyn Ng with $377,191.
After having her contract renewed, Tatjana Pasalic commented: “The WSOP is around the corner and I can confirm I will definitely be on that plane. I love working with Bodog and they seem to like’s to another great year.”

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