FlopTurnRiver.com is thrilled to announce that widely popular poker commentator and announcer, the man who “makes living making fun of poker players”, Joe Stapleton, answered questions from fans live, in real-time beginning at 4pm ET on November 20th, 2013.
FlopTurnRiver previously hosted an AMA with another funnyman of poker and WSOP announcer, Norman Chad, who delighted all participants with his hilarious answers. The event with Chad’s England-based counterpart was as exciting and entertaining as his mentor’s was.
Stapleton has worked in various poker shows including both seasons of PokerStars’ “Big Game” and is currently a commentator on the European Poker Tour alongside James Hartigan. Known for his hard work in-and-out of the studio, Joe is a poker expert himself, having been coached by some of the best in the business. His “on the money” remarks during telecasts have won him adoration from poker fans worldwide as he continues to enrich the world’s poker jargon with his sharp witticisms.
Interested individuals can review a summary of Stapleton’s hilarious AMA by following this link: https://www.flopturnriver.com/poker-news/joe-stapes-stapleton-shocks-delights-flirts-in-uproarious-interview-ama-summary-20582.
If you are interested in learning more about Stapleton’s AMA with FlopTurnRiver.com, please contact Deborah Barlowe by phone or email. Her telephone number is: 704-996-6956. Her email addresses is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Founded in 2003, FlopTurnRiver (https://www.flopturnriver.com) has evolved into one of the most globally respected authorities on poker among beginner and veteran players alike. Offering a library of strategy articles to its visitors, FlopTurnRiver.com is one of the most frequented websites of its kind. With a forum community consisting of tens of thousands of individuals from around the world, FTR has amassed more than 1,160,000 posts in its lively forums and hosts Ask Me Anything events regularly with poker’s established professionals and rising stars.
Contact: Deborah Barlowe