Jackie Glazier is the most recent poker player to sign an agreement with partypoker as a brand minister, increasing the online poker website's steady to seven. Glazier joins Mike Sexton, Tony Dunst, Four-time World Champion Boxer Carl Froch, Patrick Leonard, Natalia Breviglieri and Roberto Romanello as brand minister for partypoker, speaking to the organization in both online and live poker occasions.
"I am pleased to join the partypoker group of diplomats and am to a great degree amped up for the open doors I see for us in Australia and encompassing domains," Glazier said. "I have been nearly observing the advance partypoker has been making over late months and anticipate helping them to develop in the Australian market that I know so well. I am sure that together our enthusiasm will help us to extend the session of poker in my nation. I am anticipating reporting a few recreations and advancements throughout the following couple of weeks that will offer awesome esteem to the Australian poker group."
In 2012, one and only year in the wake of turning proficient at poker, Glazier won the A$1,100 Melbourne Poker Championship for A$95,000. Amid that year, she was the runner-up in a $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em occasion at the World Series of Poker, an outcome that netted Glazier $458,996, her biggest live competition money to date. Likewise in 2013, Glazier dominated the competition in the €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Ladies Event at the WSOP Europe in Berlin, winning €21,850 in real money and a pined for gold WSOP wrist trinket.
Glazier appreciated a profound keep running in the 2013 WSOP Main Event, in the end falling in 31st place for a $229,281 expansion to her bankroll. Before marking a two-year contract with partypoker, Glazier spoke to Ivey Poker and afterward 888poker, the last marking Glazier after her profound WSOP Main Event run. At that point in June 2016, Glazier turned into a free specialist (in the poker sense) when she and 888poker went separate ways. She was the site's longest serving represetative. Aggregate Head of partypoker Tom Waters invites Glazier to his group.
"It is a joy to have Jackie join the partypoker group as a represetative and we are enchanted to have such a prestigious player speaking to us in the Australian market," he said. "We are hoping to put resources into grassroots poker in Australia and Jackie is the ideal individual to help us in accomplishing these objectives."