Rettenmaier and Trickett Part Ways with Titan Poker
Posted by Tyler "pureonyx" Hancock 1 year, 1 week ago
Sam Trickett signed with Titan poker back in 2010 as a relatively unknown professional player, but made big waves in 2011 winning the Aussie Millions High Roller event and the Partouche Poker Tour Main Event. In total, Trickett cashed for more than $4.5 million on the live tournament circuit last year. Now, Trickett can be found playing super nosebleed cash games at casinos the world over, especially in Macau where he has done very well competing against the local businessmen.
Marvin Rettenmaier is a German pro who signed with Titan back in 2010 as well and has become one of Europe’s most well-known poker stars. Rettenmaier’s live tournament earnings are nearly $1.7 million with accomplishments that include 25 cashes, 17 final tables, and 5 outright victories including the 2010 Spanish Poker Tour Grand Finale for €111,000 and the 2011 France Poker Series Paris Finale for €244,036.
Rettenmaier announce his split from Titan via Twitter saying “@titan_poker has decided to part ways with its Pro Team. I am very thankful for the opportunities and I had a great time representing them.” Trickett had also announced his departure via Twitter just two days prior saying “Me an Titan have decided to part ways. I have enjoyed representing them and they was a absolute pleasure to work with. Thanks again Titan....”
Both players seem to have left on good terms. Titan Poker has yet to provide a press announcing the splits, and both players profiles remain on their website.