UK Pro Jake Cody Joins PokerStars

Team PokerStars Pro has just announced the addition of UK pro Jake Cody to their roster of sponsored pros and the 24 year-old couldn’t be happier. Following the press release from the sidelines of the PCA in The Bahamas, Cody commented:
“It probably sounds quite silly but it is literally a dream come true. I know it’s something that everyone says but it genuinely is. It’s something I’ve been working at for a while now. For it to actually’s awesome.”
Jake Cody’s meteoric rise to the top of the poker world has been nothing less that spectacular and since coming to prominence in 2010 the Brit has managed to amass $3,156,032 in live tournament cashes, as well as becoming the youngest player ever to win a Triple Crown. This includes in 2010 winning the €5k EPT Deauville for €857,000 ($1,213,194) and the £5k WPT London for £273,783 ($425,492), before in 2011 capping his achievements off with victory at the $25k WSOP Heads-Up events for $851,192.
In addition to his live poker skills, Jake Cody is a prolific online player and has managed to rack up a further $689,274 online under the screen name “neverbluff67.” Cody can now look forward to being paid for the privilege of playing at his favourite online poker room and was officially welcomed on-board by Daniel Negreanu. Commenting on the addition of Cody to Team PokerStars Pro, Negreanu said:
“PokerStars always looks for young up-and-coming ambassadors for the game and I feel like we’ve found a gem. The youngest ever winner of the Triple Crown. He’s won a WPT, a World Series of Poker bracelet and more importantly an EPT. He combines poker skill with a gentlemanly demeanor as is expected in a PokerStars Team Pro. Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome Jake Cody to the team.”

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