Daniella Sarahyba Brings You Today’s Poker News Link Dump

Daniella Sarahyba

Brazilian swimsuit model Daniella Sarahyba would be worth getting sand up the crack for.

Lots of talk after the House Finance Committee’s approval of HR 2267 about how things may or may not play out for online poker in the US, especially which companies stands to benefit most. Below are a few links on the topic plus some other poker news happening this week. Also, be sure to tune in to “This Week In Poker” this Tuesday at 4pm PST/7pm EST for more on HR 2267, what its passage means and where do we go from here. Our guests will include Annie Duke, a woman, who testified before the committee, and John Pappas, the Exec. Director of the PPA.

:: PokerStars seems confident. [link]

:: The WSOP launches Facebook poker app, entering the massive social gaming market with Disney-owned Playdom. [link]

::  Speaking of Facebook, with the passage of HR 2267, we soon may be able to play real money poker against chicks we banged in high school.  [link]

:: Google investing in Zynga, maker of Texas HoldEm Poker, the second biggest app on Facebook. You do the math. [link]

:: Beth Shak to appear on upcoming season of Millionaire Matchmaker, the show where guys pay money to go on dates with girls looking for money. You do the math. [link]

:: WPT is looking for someone to annoy us. [link]

:: Puritanical prosecutors preclude poker rooms in Portsmouth. [link]

:: If only these guys got arrested they could have made our Stupid Poker Criminal Hall of Fame. [link]

More of Daniella Sarahyba in Sports Illustrated here. Video here.

 

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