|By PR Newswire||
|August 18, 2014 02:21 PM EDT||
GIBRALTAR, August 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The Brazilian poker player and entrepreneur, known to his fans by his middle name 'Foster', is a keen online competitor with $304,688 to boast in online earnings. A regular on the Latin American poker tournament circuit for the last 10 years, his live achievements have included two final tables in the Brazilian Series of Poker in 2012 and 2013, and taking home $27,206 for an 8th place finish in the Sao Paolo leg of the Latin American Poker Tour.
As the first ever Brazilian November Niner, Foster has already gained an army of Brazilian fans, inspiring thousands of poker players from his homeland. His boisterous and impressive rail on the way to the Final Table is due to increase considerably as he takes his seat in November, where he is guaranteed a minimum of $730,725.
Foster will join Team 888poker Ambassadors Bruno Kawauti and Nicolau Villa-Lobos in representing the brand throughout Latin America.
To read more about Bruno, please visit his official page on the 888poker website.
888poker.com is the fastest growing online poker brand in the industry, hosting thousands of poker enthusiasts the world over at any given time. With over 10 million registered members, 888poker provides the best consumer experience, with at least $300k guaranteed in free buy-in tournaments every month and a welcome bonus. 888poker strives to provide quality entertainment by offering a safe, fun and secure poker environment across all online platforms. For more details go to: http://www.888poker.com
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