Sky Poker reveals new addition Sky Poker reveals new addition

Sky Sports Poker have revealed a new addition to the analyst team, with Stuart Rutter set to regularly give his thoughts for the viewers enjoyment.

Those looking at online poker tips note how Rutter joins the likes of Ryan Spittles and Julian Thew to the commentary and analyst team after they were recruited relatively recently.

Referring to the addition of Rutter, Sky Poker TV Head of Channel Caire Cook said: “Stuart is just one of a handful of successful British poker players who will now appear on your screens to bring you top poker tips and advice.”

“He’s one of the most charismatic players on the circuit and I am sure viewers will enjoy Stuart’s regular appearances on the Sky Poker TV channel.”

“Stuart’s addition to the Sky Poker analyst team gives you some idea of the ambition we have in the industry. We’re all set to relaunch the channel this February including a greater variety of shows to cover all levels of poker ability.”

This is certainly exciting for poker fans across the world. Everyone enjoys watching live poker and the addition on expert’s analysis and discussion simply adds to the whole experience.

Elsewhere in poker news related to a poker site uk, it has been revealed that David Gorr has been added to the Australian Poker Hall of Fame, something he has described as an incredible honour.

Speaking about hearing the news, Gorr said: “Well, first of all, I didn’t know I was going to be inducted. I found out five minutes before. They said stay around, you need to be up at the front.”

“ I’m really honoured and humbled that they have chosen me. I’ve been in poker a long time, that’s true, and I was the 1996 Adelaide Champion, but it took another 15 years for me to win a tournament.”

“So you can see the stamina you need to hang around and hopefully win a tournament. It’s fantastic, it will be interesting to see what my wife says when I get home.”

Gorr will no doubt hope that he can follow up this excellent news with positive performance in the 2012 Aussie Millions Poker Championship before having a successful 2012.


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