RIP Poker Night In America’s Joe Sartori

Long time poker room manager and part of the Poker Night In America team, Joe Sartori, has passed away due to a “very sudden and unexpected illness.” Sartori worked for PNIA as the floor man calling the action on the live streams and relaying the betting info to the production team.

Read: Goodbye To A Good Friend

Prior to working for PNIA, Sartori worked as a poker room manager for the Palms, Morongo and Palace Station casinos. A hard worker from a small town, Joe was known throughout the industry as a good man who had a smile for all.

In addition to his work in the industry, he was, of course, a poker player and enthusiast as well. Here’s a nice bio write up done by Poker Player Magazine from back in 2006.

Condolences to Joe’s loved ones and the PNIA family.

If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, call the Virginia Council on Problem Gambling (VACPG) helpline at 1-888-532-3500
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