Marcel ‘The Flying Dutchman’ Luske

As a pokerplayer Marcel Luske has had a remarkable career with tournament cashes all over the world.
He turned pro ten years ago and within two years became the #1 ranked player in Europe.

He was named Poker Player Of The Year in both 2002, and 2004 and in the same year he attained worldwide fame by finishing tenth in the WSOP Main Event and second in the $5k Seven Card Stud Event.

His success continued throughout 2005 and 2006 as he earned championship bracelets at the Bellagio’s Five Star World Poker Classic.

In 2007, Marcel became involved in the founding of The Federation International De Poker Association ( ) and has worked tirelessly for the organisation ever since.

In 2008, he made two WSOP final tables in Omaha Hi-Lo events and received a “Life Time Achievement Award” at the European Poker Awards at the Aviation Club in Paris.

He joined Team PokerStars Pro beginning 2009 until august 2014.

In his attempt to transform poker into a globally accepted mind game, he has created The International Poker Rules which are currently being used in hundreds of casino’s worldwide including The Bellagio & Mizrachi Poker Academy in the US.

If you want to watch Marcel Luske play poker and answering your questions, check out his Twitch channel and join if you like. It’s free.

In may 2016 he started his own international poker community on Facebook called ‘The Flying Dutchman Community’ and he became ambassador of the Open Dutch Poker Championships (ONKP).
In June 2017 he was officialy announced as an international partypoker ambassador.
During the WSOP 2017 he made a fantastic run and finished the main-event with a buy-in of $10.000 and more than 7.000 players in 23th place ($263.532).

Expect to hear and see more of Marcel ‘The Flying Dutchman‘ Luske in the near future as a new decade has started for him.

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