Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Brings You Today’s Poker News Link Dump

Rosie Huntington Whiteley will be making future appearances on WCP.

August is usually a brutally slow time for poker news (although we’ve had a few surprisingly good stories this month).

Fortunately August hasn’t been a brutally slow time for pictures of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. The Victoria’s Secret model is a Brit, and she’s the chick who is going to replace Megan Fox in Transformers 3, something you probably didn’t know if you’re over the age of 12. Victoria’s Secret is kinda like the SEC of hot international models. All of the talent goes there these days. Well played, VS.

Anyway, more pics below or here. On with the poker news

:: The LA Times has a simple yet solid write-up on the possible regulation of online poker. [link]

:: Speaking of, the NFL has dropped it’s opposition to internet gambling, a huge step for regulation. [link]

:: Speaking speaking of, Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) believes the online gaming regulation bill will pass by end of 2010. [link]

:: Jennifer Harman, Kathy Liebert, and Billie Brown inducted into Women in Poker Hall of Fame, meaning there’s like one or two more women to induct and that’ll pretty much cover it for the next 20 years. [link]

:: Solid write-up and review of This Week in Poker by Shamus. [link]

:: Great video and reaction on the UltimateBet super-user story from Card Player. [link]

:: Mike Matusow wins 2010 Florida State Poker Championship for $100,000. Only $1.9M to go until he can pay off Ted Forrest for the weight loss prop bet. [link]

:: And finally, Day 1A recap of the EPT Tallinn. [link]


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