Green Joker Poker Sponsors Leading Irish Pro

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Rob Taylor signs for Green Joker Poker ahead of European Deep Stack Poker Championship and GUKPT.

Online poker room Green Joker Poker is proud to announce the addition of popular Irish poker pro Rob Taylor to the Green Joker Poker team. Rob, who finished second in the Irish Rankings in 2007, will play all the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour events under a sponsorship deal with the company.

Spokesman for the company, Mike Lacey, said of the deal, "Rob has always shown a great commitment to GJP. He is always wearing his GJP hoodie at events whether qualified on our site or not and spreading the word about our events. This combined with his excellent tournament record adds up to a great proposition for both Rob and GJP and allows us reciprocate his loyalty."

Rob, who is currently in Brighton for the first leg of the GUKPT, said, "Thanks to mike and Brian and everyone connected with GJP for this opportunity. Hopefully, with 10 legs to concentrate on, I can get at least one major result and I'm really looking forward to the first leg in Brighton."

The company has been busy of late, organizing the European Deep Stack Poker Championship taking place in the Drogheda Poker Club, Drogheda, Ireland from Feb. 2-10, 2008.

The innovative €1,500 main event, which starts on Feb. 6, sees players begin with €50,000 in chips and a one hour clock. A number of high-profile players have signed up for the event already including Poker Million champion Joe Beevers and fellow Hendon Mobster Barny Boatman.

Also confirmed are WSOP bracelet winner Praz Bansi, fellow Bluesquare-sponsored Karl Mahrenholz, Sunny Chatta, Tony Phillips and Priyan De Mel, EPT Baden and GUKPT Plymouth Champion Julian Thew, well known UK players, David Lloyd, Jim Reid and last year's champion Jen Mason.

Players can register by online transfer on Green Joker Poker, bank wire, cheque, or cash. Full details of the event, including structure, registration information, qualification, travel and accommodation options, are available at

For further press enquiries contact Brendan Murray at 00 353 86 305 7459.


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