Bodog Europe has announced the latest addition to their team of poker pros and it’s good news guys – she’s hot and the best part…single! 26-year-old Tatjana Pasalic becomes the second player in a matter of days to sign with Bodog after Evelyn Ng confirmed she’s staying on board and means that Bodog will be represented by two of the hottest properties on the live poker circuit. Pasalic was born in Bosnia, grew up in Croatia, but it was when she moved to Denmark at 19 that she became interested in online poker and hasn’t looked back since. Tatjana’s first live appearance as part of Team Bodog will be the WSOP Main Event that commences on July 7th.
Tatjana commented: “Bodog’s brand is the one that fits me best…from the photo-shoot onwards everybody at Bodog has had a wicked sense of fun which is what I am about too so the synergy is obvious. They’ve all shown me great support already so it’s now just up to me to take down the World Series!”
The latest leg of the World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) came to its conclusion this weekend at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas with Chris Johnson taking down the field of 496 players. Going into the day atop the chip count, the hometown player never relinquished the lead and takes home the $153,559 bounty that was on the table for the winner. Johnson went heads-up with Brian England in the final action of the day but at this stage had already built up an unassailable leads meaning the heads-up lasted a mere five minutes. Next up for those competing in the WSOPC is the main event at Harrah’s in Chester, Pennsylvania.