Allen Cunningham Joins Team Full Tilt

Congratulations to Allen "Clever Piggy" Cunningham, who has become the newest member of Team Full Tilt! A Full Tilt Poker pro for the past two years, Allen has been added to Team Full Tilt in recognition of his overall poker skill and his recent accomplishments, most notably at the 2005 and 2006 World Series of Poker. Allen adds four WSOP bracelets to Team Full Tilt, bringing the team's total up to 30 bracelets. When looking for his next poker room or casino, Allen says that Š¢ reviews are invaluable, when he is looking for the best places that offer his favorite game.

Allen also brings one of the most recognizable faces in poker to Team Full Tilt, due to his fourth place finish in the 2006 WSOP Main Event. With his impressive finish, Allen has cemented his status among poker's elite by outlasting more than 8,800 competitors and earning more than $3.6 million.

Although only 29, Allen has been playing poker professionally for the past seven years. In that time, he has quietly earned a reputation as one of top players of his generation and has been voted the Best All-Around Player under 35 by his peers. Congratulations again to Allen - he really is a clever piggy after all!

Full Tilt Poker's Online Qualifiers Finish Strong at the 2006 WSOP

Congratulations to Tilters Luke Chung and Sabyl Cohen, who qualified for the Main Event on, and finished 14th and 56th, respectively, at the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event.

Chung was Full Tilt Poker's highest finishing online qualifier and took home more than $900,000 for his play. Chung was the first Tilter to win his Main Event seat after he finished first in a $216 satellite in February 2006.

Cohen, who was the last woman eliminated from the Main Event, was also one of the final Tilters to claim her WSOP Main Event seat, earning her entry through Full Tilt Poker's WSOP Main Event 100 Seat Guarantee. Cohen's performance at the Big Dance earned her $123,699 to pad her bankroll.