Platinum Pass Winner Kalidou Sow Becomes PokerStars New Ambassador

Frenchman Kalidou Sow is now the newest member of Team PokerStars.

Only a day after Randy “Nanonoko” Lew announced his departure from PokerStars, the red spade room announces a new Team PokerStars member.

French professional poker player, Kalidou Sow is the latest player to join the team and the second signing of this year following Ramon Colillas, PokerStars Players Championship winner.

38-year-old Kaidou achieved an impressive run including three back to back titles in three consecutive months in 2017-18, one of which ultimately led him to win a Platinum Pass.

The French player won the PokerStars Championship Prague Main Event in December 2017. A month later he won another PokerStars event in London which got him the Platinum Pass. And in January 2018, Kaidou won the Winamax Poker Tour High Roller in Paris, his third consecutive major tournament title for combined winnings of nearly $1 million.

“To become an ambassador for PokerStars, it’s a dream for me,” said the newest PokerStars Team ambassador, Kaidou Sow. “Amazing, amazing.”

“My competitiveness has always pushed me to look for opportunities. 2018 was a great year and I am looking forward to what 2019 brings wearing the PokerStars patch,” he added.

Kaidou now joins the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Chris Moneymaker, Liv Boeree, Ramon Colillas, and others.

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