Lock Poker continues to expand its team of pro players and has signed Brazilian Felipe "Mojave" Ramos. Ramos will join the likes of Annette Obrestad, Chris Moorman and Leo Margets on the ever-growing Lock Pro Elite team.
Lock Poker will continue to expand its Pro Elite Team with the addition of Brazilian pro Felipe "Mojave" Ramos, the company has announced on its website
Ramos, a well-known pro in his native Brazil, is an accomplished online tournament specialist with more than $2.5 million in online cashes since he began playing professionally in 2008.
On the live scene, he has also made a number of good appearances in recent years, highlighted by a top-ten finishes in the 2010 English Poker Open and the 2011 WSOP $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo Championship.
All in all, Ramos has cashed for $584,177 in live tournaments, leaving him in fourth place on the All-Time Money List for Brazilian players.
"I am incredibly happy to be part of the Lock Poker family and join such a great team with the best players in the world," Ramos said in a press release.
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"I started playing poker trying to follow their steps and now I have the privilege to be on their side," he added.
Ramos will join a rapidly expanding pro team on Lock, comprising some of the best young talent in the industry.
Besides the Brazilian pro, the Lock Elite Pro Team now consists of Annette Obrestad
, Chris Moorman, Melanie Weisner, Paul Volpe, Leo Margets, Matt Stout and Eric Lynch.
The signing of Ramos comes off the back of an ambitious expansion move from Lock Poker.
The poker room was formerly hosted by the Merge Gaming Network
, but earlier this year broke out to purchase the Cake Network
and relaunch it as Revolution Gaming
with Lock appearing as the new network's flagship room.