Poker Pro Phil Hellmuth Endorses Raketracker.com

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The Madison Kid Highlights a Leader in Online Poker Rakeback

Hellmuth endorses only the best quality products.

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Eleven-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth, Jr. has endorsed Raketracker.com as the premier name in online poker rakeback.

Phil Hellmuth was the youngest person ever to win the World Series of Poker title in 1989 at the age of 24. He is also a best selling author, with the titles ''Texas-Hold'em,'' ''Bad Beats and Lucky Draws'' and ''Play Poker Like the Pros.''

The phillhellmuth.com website states, “Hellmuth endorses only the best quality products.” The Raketracker.com endorsement not only speaks to the quality of that specific website, but of rakeback as a tool for online poker players to succeed. By affiliates offering players a large percentage of their affiliate earnings back in rebate form, a player’s overall winning percentage is increased. In many cases, this increase is significant. You can learn more via the Raketracker.com website: Rakeback.

Raketracker.com was the first poker affiliate to provide its players with the ability to examine their online poker statistics on a daily basis. Since inception, Raketracker.com has been a pioneer in the online poker industry, as pointed out by Hellmuth on his endorsement spot.

Phil Hellmuth also endorses online poker website Ultimate Bet (Raketracker offers Ultimate Bet Rakeback), as well as Oakley sunglasses, and, in conjunction with Summus, sponsors his own mobile Texas Hold’em game.

Chris Carlson, CEO of Raketracker.com, stated, “We are thrilled to have Phil endorse our product. We strive to build and nurture a relationship with our customers everyday. I think this is one indication of those efforts really paying off.”

Hellmuth was not immediately available for comment.

The endorsement spot, which will run on international television, can be found on YouTube here.

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