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Genting Poker announced the signing of an exclusive contract with the players of The Hendon Mob and their poker website.

Barny Boatman, Ross Boatman, Joe Beevers and Ram Vaswani; the four English poker professionals behind The Hendon Mob, represent GentingPoker.com in tournaments which begin with the 10,000 Added Genting Poker Players Championship, at Genting Club Star City, Birmingham.

Players will need to move fast if they want to be amongst the first Genting Poker players to take on The Mob as the event is capped at 500 seats.

Barny Boatman, Hendon Mob co-founder shared his enthusiasm about the event: “we are genuinely excited by the opportunity to work with a brand as strong as Genting Poker. The company has made giant strides with its poker product in the last couple of years. We particularly like the creative style in which Genting Poker unites its online and live tournaments among the 25 dedicated poker rooms throughout their UK casino estate. They are talking to us about some innovative and rewarding tournaments to rival the GUKPT or the UKIPT. Our Partnership, both as a website for players and as players ourselves will benefit immeasurably from the backing of such a quality poker brand.”

Peter Nolan, Managing Director of Genting Alderney added: “it is terrific for Genting Poker to have the opportunity to join forces with The Hendon Mob, who have been at the forefront of the UK poker scene for a decade.  We have created some terrific events already, from the monthly £1000 Palm Beach Big Game to the Players Championship, and this month Genting Poker became the first iPoker room to offer Home Games. GentingPoker.com. The Hendon Mob promises to be an exciting tie-up.”

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