After a long career as a coach, Englishman Sam Allardyce decided to move to big poker

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Coach Sam Allardyce, who works with the clubs of the English Premier League, at the age of 66, decided to move to big poker. With over thirty years of hard work and victories in football, Mr. Allardyce has set himself a new goal – a WSOP gold bracelet.

The last club the coach collaborated with was Wust Bromwich Albion, a professional football club currently ranked 19th in the English Premier League standings. The coach spent five years with the team, starting in 2016. Now we already know about two scheduled Sam Allardyce tournaments, within which the British will be given a tempting ticket to the Main Event of the WSOP, taking place in the capital of entertainment – Las Vegas. Recall that in early June of this year, the ex-player of the Football Club Jason McAteer became the ambassador of the gambling company LV Bet. Meanwhile, world poker star Phil Ivey, in April 2021, announced his intention to take part in the support and development of the new online poker platform Virtue Poker.

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