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AgeSep 19, 1989 (24 years old)
HometownLathus, Poitou-Charentes, France
ResidenceParis, France

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Tournament Results of Tristan Clemencon

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Date & EventBuy InRankEntriesEarningsGPIPoY 2014

EPT Grand Final

Monte Carlo, Monaco

No Limit Hold'em - Main Event
Apr 25 - 30, 2012 Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort
10,000 + 60067th66520,000 20.88 pts

EPT Madrid

Madrid, Spain

No Limit Hold'em - Main Event
Mar 12, 2012 Casino Gran Madrid
5,000 + 30011th47725,000 27.70 pts

WPT Prague

Prague, Czech Republic

No Limit Hold'em - Main Event
Dec 1 - 5, 2011 Kings Casino
3,200 + 30043rd5718,400 16.42 pts

WPT Malta

St Julians, Me, Malta

No Limit Hold'em - Main Event
Sep 20 - 24, 2011 The Casino at Portomaso
3,000 + 3005th24039,810 24.37 pts

Partouche Poker Tour - Main Event

Cannes, France

No Limit Hold'em - Main Event
Sep 12 - 17, 2011 Palm Beach Casino
8,50042nd57917,000 22.64 pts

EPT San Remo

Sanremo, Italy

No Limit Hold'em - Main Event
Apr 27 - May 3, 2011 Casino Sanremo
5,000 + 300112th9879,000 16.56 pts

The Everest Poker ONE

Monte Carlo, Monaco

Pot Limit Omaha
Apr 22, 2011 Sporting Monte Carlo
1,000 + 1002nd 6,500 9.38 pts

2010 Hold'em Series

Paris, France

No Limit Hold'em - Main Event
Oct 30 - Nov 1, 2010 Aviation Club de France
3,00017th1454,050 10.86 pts

Wagrams Poker Event

Paris, France

No Limit Hold'em
Nov 25, 2009 Cercle Wagram Poker Club

EPT - Grand Final

Monte Carlo, Monaco

EPT Grand Final - No Limit Hold'em
Apr 28 - May 3, 2009 Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort
10,000 + 60085th93520,000

Paris Open of Poker 2009

Paris, France

No Limit Hold'em
Mar 7 - 8, 2009 Aviation Club de France

EPT - Budapest

Budapest, Hungary

No Limit Hold'em
Oct 28 - Nov 1, 2008 Casino Las Vegas & Sofitel Atrium
4,000 + 35049th5325,320

2008 Hold'em Series

Paris, France

No Limit Hold'em
Oct 20, 2008 Aviation Club de France

Asian Poker Tour - Manila

Manila, Philippines

No Limit Hold'em
May 27 - Jun 1, 2008 Dusit Thani Manila Hotel

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Bio of Tristan Clemencon

Having made his mark on the world of poker before many can legally enter a casino, Tristan Clemencon is poised to potentially become the next great French poker sensation.

Born on September 19, 1989, in Lathus, France, Tristan learned the game by playing with his older brother. Over card games on the kitchen table – using pasta noodles instead of poker chips for betting – Clemencon picked up the valuable skills necessary to be successful at the game. He would then take the next step – online poker – despite not being old enough to deposit money on an online poker site.

Tristan would begin his online career at and build his online game through playing in massive freeroll tournaments. As his skills increased, Clemencon would step up to the major online rooms with a modicum of success. Using the name “superroger47” over a vast array of the most popular online poker rooms in the industry, Tristan would earn his first legitimate online cash in February 2008. In a $6 NLHE $5000 Guaranteed tournament, Clemencon would finish in 275th place for a $12.22 score.

Over the next three years, Tristan would continue to have success on the virtual felt. As of July 2011, Clemencon has earned a respectable $322,632 in online tournament poker earnings. Coinciding with his first online tournament cash, Tristan would also enter into the live tournament poker world, with immediate success.

In March 2008, Tristan journeyed to the Irish Poker Open, where he would earn his first live tournament cash. In a €1500 NLHE side event, Clemencon would finish in tenth place, taking home a payday of €4810. Two months later, Tristan would earn his first ever live tournament victory at the Aviation Club in Paris, France. In a preliminary event for the Rendezvous a Paris, he would win a €1000 NLHE tournament for a princely sum of €30,000.

Clemencon would announce his arrival on the international poker stage by finishing in 49th place at the European Poker Tour stop in Budapest, Hungary, before making even deeper inroads in 2009. Three more cashes came on the EPT – including a final table at the EPT Deauville Main Event for his largest cash to date of €284,800 for his third place finish – as well as a cash on the World Series of Poker Europe arena. Between 2009 and 2010, Tristan would also earn two cashes on the World Poker Tour’s European schedule.

In 2011, Clemencon has continued to have a string of steady success. He has earned two more cashes on the EPT and – now 21 years old – could step to the baize of the WSOP Las Vegas. He has earned three tournament cashes during the 2011 WSOP, with a high finish of tenth in the $1500 H.O.R.S.E. event and a high cash of $32,644 for a sixteenth place finish in the $10,000 PLO World Championship.

It is startling to look at what Tristan has achieved in a very short time. For his live tournament career, Clemencon has a tournament championship, twelve final tables and 26 cashes for a grand total of $868,388. Along with his online earnings, Tristan has earned $1.19 million from tournament poker since his first cashes in 2008.

Now that he can legally enter U. S. casinos, it is hoped that Tristan Clemencon will continue to impress the poker world on American soil. Even if he doesn’t venture to this side of “The Pond,” Tristan, who has shifted his base to London, the United Kingdom, has a burgeoning career that could lead him to being the next great poker superstar.

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