our clients

Our top-notch group of poker experts and professional players are colorful, engaging, and excel at entertaining your key customers and clients. Our clients include professional poker players, poker business leaders, poker authors, and poker entertainers.

As a full-service corporate hospitality firm, we will analyze your current needs and budget to create a speaking program that meets your organization’s goals.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please get in touch with one of our agents.


Kid Poker

Daniel Negreanu

Daniel Negreanu, arguably the most influential and beloved poker pro, is also the biggest live tournament winner of all time, having accumulated over $33,000,000 in prize money. Daniel was also was named WSOP Player of the Year in 2004 and again in 2013, making him the first (and only) player in history to win the accolade more than once. 

Meet, play and learn from Kid Poker himself or have him join you as a special guest at your next corporate event or poker tournament to liven up the party!


Poker Brat

Phil Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth is a poker powerhouse and world record holder with an incredible 15 WSOP bracelets. Known for his on-screen tantrums, in person you get to see for yourself that he is the real deal: kind, passionate and authentic.

Play a private game with, and get personal coaching, from Phil followed by drinks as you commiserate over bad beats. Or, invite Phil to join your private home game or emcee your corporate event. Finally, for the golfers out there, why not play a round with Phil? Whatever you choose, it's sure to be an experience when you meet the Poker Brat himself

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 Texas Dolly

Doyle Brunson

Considered the Godfather of Poker, Doyle has been a staple in poker for nearly six decades. He began his career as a member of a traveling poker team that played the biggest games in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Doyle eventually settled in Las Vegas where he became a staple of the Wold Series of Poker. After participating in the inaugural WSOP tournament, he has participated nearly ever year since. In that time span he has won an astonishing 10 Bracelets and became the second player to win the WSOP Main Event in back-to-back years in 1976 and 1977.

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Lady Maverick

Vanessa Rousso

An attorney, television star, successful DJ, and professional poker player, Vanessa boast one of the most unique background from anyone to hit the felt. Born New York and raised in France, Vanessa began playing poker at the age of 5. However, it was during a summer break during law school that she decided to pursue poker as a profession. Vanessa began playing small tournaments, eventually parlaying that success into a spot in the 2006 World Series of Poker main event. In her first year of play in the professional poker tour, Vanessa scored multiple money tournament finishes and was among the top 80 in yearly earnings. She ranks in the top ten of all-time female money winnings in poker.

In addition to her play, Vanessa has actively represented poker. In 2007, she lobbied for the poker industry and players, speaking with federal law makers to revise anti-poker laws. Vanessa has also served as a spokesperson for PokerStar and GoDaddy. In 2015, Vanessa finished third on NBC’s hit show Big Brother.


The Magician  

Antonio Esfandiari

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Prince of Poker 

Scotty Nguyen

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Jeff Gross

A mainstay at high-stakes tournaments for years, Jeff Gross has become one of the most popular video streamers in poker by inviting a worldwide audience to share his personal highs and lows of high-stakes professional poker. In addition to 3.8 million in tournament earnings, 5 WSOP final tables, and 11 cashes on the World Poker Tour, Jeff has built a strong following through his video blogging, Twitch streaming of online poker and commentating with Poker Go.

As Jeff started his professional poker career, he roomed with long-time friend and Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps. During this time, Jeff focused on honing his craft through online games while learning from his 23-time gold medalist roommate how to channel his competitive drive into success. In just his second World Series of Poker event in 2010, Jeff found himself at a final table. He followed up his sophomore performance with another WSOP final table a year later, finishing second in the $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em Shootout. After his success at the WSOP, Jeff shifted his focus on live poker. Since then, Jeff has become a regular on the World Poker Tour and in the WSOP.


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