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Bodog Poker Network CEO offering personal bounty

12 Apr 2010

LONDON, England -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- In a new first for an EPT event Patrik Selin, the only CEO of a major poker company to play regularly in the world's biggest poker tournaments, will be offering a personal EUR1,000 cash to whoever knocks him out of the EPT Grand Final in Monaco (April 25th-30th).

London-based Swede, Selin, has an impressive poker CV both on a business level and as a player, including the EUR 500,000,000 sale of the OnGame poker network to BWin in 2006 whilst OnGame's CEO. At the felts he won the Ritz Club Live Tournament in 2006 and was 2nd to Peter Gould in the 2007 UK Open Main Event.

Bodog Poker Network's CEO Patrik Selin commented: "I think it's a shame more senior management of poker rooms do not play at these events as it is the best way to find out what players want. Everybody at a live event is passionate about the game and happy to talk about their likes and dislikes which is invaluable to anybody running a poker room.

"Now I have raised the stakes and will be putting EUR1,000 straight into to the hand of the person who knocks me out which should make the banter even more fun in Monaco."

 
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