Triple Crown Winner Niall Farrell Becomes GGPoker UK Ambassador – Agora Poker

Triple Crown Winner Niall Farrell Becomes GGPoker UK Ambassador

Triple Crown Winner Niall Farrell Becomes GGPoker UK Ambassador

Niall Farrell The GGPoker ambassador stable just gained a new star with the online poker site signing Triple Crown winner Niall Farrell as its UK Ambassador. GGPoker announced Farrell’s arrival on Twitter on July 7. Ladies & Gentlemen, our new ambassador is not Boris Johnson… — GGPoker – World’s Biggest Poker Room (@GGPoker) Farrell has come a long way since his first recorded online cashes (in 2008) and opening live results (2010). The man from Dumfries, Scotland, was a regular feature in the Amateur Poker Association & Tour (APAT) in 2011 and won one of APAT’s £75 buy-in events for £1,200. Fast forward to today and it is not uncommon to find Farrell tearing it up in €10,000 buy-in events around the world.

To date, Farrell has accumulated $6,522,741 in live poker tournament earnings and more than $3.9 million from the online grind where Farrell is better known as “Firaldo87” . Capturing Poker’s Triple Crown

Only nine poker players have secured poker’s coveted Triple Crown of titles, that is becoming a champion of a European Poker Tour Main Event, a World Poker Tour Main Event, and reeling in a World Series of Poker bracelet.

Farrell was the eighth Triple Crown winner, enjoying his three victories within two years and one month of one another. Only Jake Cody, at one-year, four months, and 11 days became a Triple Crown winner faster.

The popular Scotsman took down the €5,300 EPT Malta Main Event in October 2015 for a €534,330 score, and followed that up with a victory in the $4,560 WPT Caribbean Main Event in November 2016 for $335,000. Farrell completed the Triple Crown of titles by becoming the €25,000 High Roller champion at the 2017 WSOP Europe festival, a result that came with a career-best €745,287. A Strong End to the 2022 WSOP?

Farrell went into the 2022 WSOP on the back of a strong of impressive results in the live poker world. He finished sixth in the €5,000 Irish Open High Roller for €25,270, was the 16th place finisher in the €5,300 EPT Monte Carlo Main Event for €41,680, and finished third […]

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