Poker King Club announced few days ago 2015-16’s Team PKC / Team Pro. The team will feature two new faces, Sam Nee and Jason Lo, in addition of the existing members, Juicy Li and Gao Xing.
Juici Li (China) – Team Pro
Juicy Li is a very marketable player, but she has a lot of tournament experience to her name too, having been playing for over 6 years. Some of her career highlights so far include, 5th place at APPT Seoul Main Event in March 2013, winning an APT Cebu side event in 2012, and making a total of ten final tables in her recorded live career so far.
Juicy Li (Photo Poker King Club)
Gao Xing (China) – Team PKC
Gao Xing has also been a member of the team for more than a year, and is still very much unproven, having only recently begun her career. She has however, taken a 2nd and a 3rd place at APT Vietnam in May of 2015.
Gao Xing (Photo Poker King Club)
Jason Lo (Hong Kong) – Team Pro
Jason Lo is from Hong Kong, and has played virtually all of his live tournament poker in Macau. He only posted his first recorded live cash in April 2013, and has 3 years playing experience, but his victory in the ACOP Warm Up in November 2014 has certainly put him on the poker world’s radar. He picked up USD$154,385 for that victory, which may yet serve as fuel to propel him toward bigger buy in events, and potentially, more headline grabbing results. It should be pointed out that of the twelve live cashes he has recorded, five of those were final tables.
Jason Lo (Photo Poker King Club)
Sam Nee (Malaysia) – Team Pro
Sam Nee is a talented pro from Malaysia, and is one of the two newest members of the team. He has operated online under the name of “neesam” on Pokerstars for a number of years. He is an MTT specialist with 5 years experience in the game, and has been posting live tournament cashes for the last 4 years. Not many people can say that their first live tournament cash was a 1st place, but Sam Nee can, and he has had many other good results since then. Numerous final tables have led to six scores in the five figure category, with the largest being USD$58,111 for his 2nd place in a WSOP-APAC Holdem Event. Along with almost winning a bracelet, Sam Nee has also taken 1st places in side events at the ACOP series, the Macau Poker Cup, and APT Cambodia. There are no details available online when it comes to his online tournament results, but he does play a lot of tournaments in the USD$25-$100 buy in range, and seems to mostly stick to Holdem.
Sam Nee (Photo Poker King Club)