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Jay Venor, BC Businessman, Announces Participation in Poker Tournaments

In the business community in BC, Jay Venor is primarily known for his work in capital markets. He's held private consulting contracts with multiple large corporations, and he's garnered positive reviews for his work. Outside of work, Jay Venor has a completely different talent that's also been winning him rave reviews. He's a great poker player, and recently, he's been asked to participate in multiple poker tournaments.

"In my work for clients, I am accustomed to reducing risk and making deals that are safe and solid," says Jay Venor of BC. "All of that is great, and it's the right way to do business, but sometimes I like to walk a bit on the edge. Poker allows me to do that, and I've actually been quite successful in the game of poker."

As this reputation began to spread, in his office in BC, Jay Venor began to receive invitations to attend celebrity poker matches as well as charity poker matches.

"I had no idea that my reputation was spreading, but apparently it was. Soon, I had so many invitations to play in tournaments all around the world, that I actually had to turn down some opportunities. That's not something I ever thought would happen," Jay Venor BC says.

Jay Venor of BC is not allowed to disclose the names of some of the tournaments he played in, as those organizations rely on confidentiality to lure in new players.

"While all of these games are played in a legal and ethical manner, raising money for good causes, some people still look down on gambling with a bit of distaste. For this reason, the charities keep the player list secret. That way, more players will be available the following years," says Jay Venor of BC.  
 
 

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