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/Jul/2010

An Introduction ...

By: NicP @ 17:29 (EDT) / 181 / Comment ( 0 )
  • Hi there! I'm Nichoel Peppe. I have been a "live" professional poker player for over 6 years, playing primarily in the Los Angeles area. I was hired last year (December of 2009) by PokerStars to be a part of Team Online ... and so my journey into the online realm has begun!
  • I started a blog when I began working with PokerStars that details many of my trials and tribulations of working in an online setting versus the live one that I was once so used to. If you would like to check it out, you can find it at:
  • http://nichoelpeppe.wordpress.com/
  • I have found poker to be much like life, an incredible journey with many ups and downs, and twists and turns. It's the passion and love that keeps us coming back for more every day ... and we hope the money will follow! Best of luck to each of you as you navigate your own journey :)
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