UB Pro Adam "ROOTHLUS" Levy Signs Another 2 Year Deal

Having joined UB.com back in October 2008, it would seem there is no one else Adam “ROOTHLUS” Levy would rather represent after recommitting to Team UB for another two years.
Commenting on what re-signing with Ultimate Bet.com means to him, Levy said:
“UB has been my home for the past two years and I’m looking forward to another two years with them. They have really great tournament structures and schedules and I’m excited to see what other great changes are coming to the site.”
Adam “ROOTHLUS” Levy has been a prodigious player since taking up live poker in 2003 and then going online in 2004. During his poker career the 28 year-old has already amassed $3,205,342 from online tournaments and $1,520,696 from live tournaments with his success showing no signs of abating.
Last year, Levy had 37 online cashes for $300,000 but was best remembered for finishing 12th at the 2010 WSOP Main Event for $635,011.
Just a few short months into 2011 and Adam “ROOTHLUS” Levy has already earned $50,000 from online tournament cashes and is now looking to improve on a glorious 2010 where he won around $1 million all told.
Since the recent departure of Phil Hellmuth and Annie Duke, UB has concentrated on putting together a team of some of the world’s best young poker players who online players can more readily identify with.
Those ten young pros referred to consist of Joe Sebok, Bryan Devonshire, Eric Baldwin, Tiffany Michelle, Brandon Cantu, Dave Stann, Scott Ian, Maria Ho, Prahlad Friedman and, of course, Adam Levy.
Finally, the best advice Adam “ROOTHLUS” Levy said he could give any aspiring poker player was to always be willing “to learn, try new things, and adapt.” As he explains:
“You should always be open-minded. Think things through…you should ask yourself every time, “Does this play seem correct?” and think about it in your head. Being open-minded is up there with being patient.”

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