Sam Trickett Parts Ways With Titan Poker
British high roller Sam Trickett announced on Twitter last week that he would be parting ways with Titan Poker, the online poker site that has sponsored him since he first properly emerged onto the international scene in 2010.
Having already earned over $600,000 – mostly in domestic tournaments – prior to signing with Titan Poker it would be unfair on Trickett to say that he was an unknown when he first signed for the site, but following the completion of their deal the Brit booked his first million-dollar winning year.
From then on, Trickett simply went from strength-to-strength, playing not only the biggest tournaments on the planet, but also nosebleed stakes cash games in Macau and Vegas – and in 2011 his thirst for playing the game at the highest level was rewarded with over $4.5 million in winnings.
Having now established himself as one of the true superstars of the modern game, Trickett has seemingly decided that it is time for a change and announced on his Twitter account last Thursday that he would not longer be representing the site that first helped him launch his poker career.
“Me an Titan have decided to part ways.” Trickett’s farewell tweet began. “I have enjoyed representing them and they was a absolute pleasure to work with. Thanks again Titan.”