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Congratulations to Team Titan Poker !

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The seven Team Titan players selected to represent Titan poker have been setting records and producing impressive results as they compete in live poker tournaments all over the world. Read on to find out who were our top three Team Titan players of 2010.

Sorel MizziBluff Magazine Player of the Year

Leading Team Titan is Sorel "Imper1um" Mizzi. This highly talented player has brought with him both experience and success, and has proven himself time and time again as the best player at the end of a poker tournament…. not to mention the player with all the chips! With $1,895,430 in winnings amassed in some of the world’s biggest tournaments in 2010, it’s no wonder that Mizzi was awarded Bluff magazine’s Player of the Year Title!

 Sam Tricket"Best Newcomer" Goes to Sam Trickett!

Stamping his authority on live poker tournaments around the world, is British newcomer, Sam Trickett. Trickett’s break-out year includes six in-the-money finishes at the 2010 WSOP, awarding him almost $700,000, a prize total that would make any player happy. The poker pro from Nottingham has accumulated $1,071,356 in winnings over the past year, including an award for “Best Newcomer” by the British Poker Awards.   

Marvin RettenmaierMarvin Rettenmaier Victorious in 2010

It's been a great year for Marvin Rettenmaier of Germany, filled with amazing tournaments, incredible cash games and to top it all off, a Newcomer of the Year award presented to him by German poker news website, PokerOlymp. Rettenmaier has been on fire of late, with more than $510,362 won in 2010, including first place in one of Europe’s most popular poker tours, The SPT Grand Finale in Lloret del Mar.

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