ACR Unveil Their New Team Pros

Americas CardRoom proudly announced their brand new trio of site pros this week, with Ebony Kenney, Drew Gonzalez and Jon Pardy joining the ACR stable…

By: Andrew Burnett

Bucking the trend that has seen some rival sites ditch their big name pros recently, ACR now have eight team pros in their ranks, with the latest threesome joining Thomas Cannulli, Jeff Boski, Michael Loncar, Ryan DePaulo and Robert Kuhn.

The US-facing site signed all three up late last year, saving the announcement for this week, with their massive $8million GTD Venom tournament set to kick off.

Ebony Kenney will be well-known to most poker fans, with poker cashes dating back to 2007 and her most recent success a scoop of the ‘All-In for America Celebrity Poker Tournament.’

That saw Kenney outlast a field of celebrities and fellow poker pros, with Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Tom Brady, Jon Hamm, and Bryan Cranston among the former, raising $2million for charity.

Apart from her poker prowess, Kenney is described by ACR as “an author, dating and confidence coach, social media personality, model, self-described pleasure engineer, mother, and the CEO and founder of UncagedCollective.com.”

Ebony plays under the screen name ‘Cinnamon Pardy’ on ACR.

Jon Pardy  - no relation to CinnamonPardy Kenney! - isn’t known exclusively for his poker play, far from it in fact, the Newfoundland man best known for winning ‘Big Brother Canada Season 2.’

That’s how Pardy got into poker and streaming, however, a fellow reality show contestant introducing him to both spheres  and he hasn’t looked back since.

His PardyTime.tv Twitch channel regularly draws in thousands of viewers as the Canadian poker personality shares his journey through the ranks. You can check him out at the ACR tables under the screenname ‘JPARDS’.

Drew Gonzalez is the third of the ‘ACR newbie’ trio is the player with the most poker winnings, Drew boasting more than $1million in online cashes. He also plays live and took down the 2019 ‘Run It Up Reno IX $175 Moneymaker Tour’ to bag a $30k live tournament package.

Like Kenney, the North Carolina native took his first step into poker streaming as part of Bill Perkins’ Thirst Lounge team and now as a “full-time poker player and streamer” Drew has his very own popular TwitchTV channel.

You’ll find him playing online at ACR under the screenname ‘AlongCameMolly’.

All three pros have huge social media presence and you can be sure that there will be fun competitions and giveaways as they rock their new ACR patches!

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