The online poker gaming community is very excited about the fact that TonyBet Poker will be launched this December. The new online poker room has been named in honor of Antanas Guoga, the Lithuanian poker pro who is widely acclaimed as Tony G. in the community.
Tony G. has already given his fans on popular social networking sites Twitter and Facebook a very good idea of what they can expect from TonyBet Poker.
As a result, poker players are getting more excited about the new product.
Recently, Tony G. posted on both Facebook and Twitter:
I have jaw-breaking news for all of you G fans out there! This time it’s all about poker—no business affairs, no nothing, just plain poker. Keep on following for more.
The post has around 64,000 likes and as many as 100 players have commented below it. Not much is known about the new poker site, but that doesn’t stop Tony G.’s fans from speculating about it.
On Sunday, Tony G. built up the suspense further when he made another post on Twitter and Facebook. He said:
This Xmas I’m putting my Santa’s beard on! I have a bag full of presents for all poker fans! This year, the holidays start early!
Poker players from all over the world are now just waiting to get more updates about TonyBet Poker. They are expecting Tony G. to continue posting updates on his Facebook and Twitter accounts throughout this month. To know more, players only have to like Tony G.’s page on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.
Born on Dec 17, 1973, Antanas Guoga is a Lithuanian poker pro, businessman, and philanthropist. He began playing poker when he was eighteen years old and became popular for his ability to coax his opponents to play hands they actually oughtn’t to play. By 2011, he had won more than $4,000,000 playing live poker tournaments. Tony G. is the owner of Pokeraffiliateworld.com, PokerNews.com, and Pokerworks.com, all major poker information portals. On Feb 23, 2010, Tony G. launched the Lithuanian Poker Federation.
Tony G. is interested not just in poker, but also in basketball. Today, he is one of the major sponsors of the Lithuanian Basketball Federation and is willing to spend any amount of money on it. He also holds the post of vice president in the federation. Between the years 2010 and 2012, he served as the manager of his country’s national basketball team.