Eric “Rizen” Lynch is a well respected poker player, Bluff columnist and now he’s aVice President. But Joe Biden doesn’t have to worry about the 31 year old bumping him out of the White House anytime soon.
Lynch was named VP of Product Development for LockPoker where he’ll have an eye on making the site a top destination for online poker players while helping drive the business forward.
“One of the most exciting aspects and driving forces behind me joining Lock Poker was getting an opportunity to have an impact on the business direction of the company” said Lynch. “Accepting the position of VP of product development will allow me to really create the room for the player. This will give us at Lock Poker some really innovative and unique opportunities that leverage the unique abilities and personalities of these new pros moving forward.”
One of the first moves for Lynch was to faciliate the signing of seven poker pros to the Lock Pro roster. The newest members of the team are Jason Young, who won a WSOP bracelet in 2008, Mike Leah, a contender for Bluff Magazine Player of the Year, Matt “AllInat420″ Stout, Joe “JoeytheB” Brooks, Kyle “kwob20″ Bowker, Lee Childs and 2008 WPT World Poker Finals runner-up Jonathan Jaffe.
“We are thrilled to welcome this incredible group of players as part of the Lock Poker family,” said Jennifer Larson, sole founder and CEO of Lock Poker. “We will be integrating them into all aspects of the business. These Pro’s are the insight we need to really create the best online poker experience worldwide.”
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