The ridiculously simple online audition process for “Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker II” ends soon, or if calendars are to be believed, in 10 days.
Those who want to appear on the “Apprentice”-like, poker-themed reality TV show in which 12 amateur poker players (no pros or celebs like last year) live it up for a month and compete for a $2 Million Grand Prize package have until May 6 to either upload a recent photo of yourself (so they know you don’t look like this) or submit a one-minute video making a case for why you’d be great for the show.
Just go to Bodog.tv/Audition to get it done.
And if you are one of the 12 who make it on the show, you have a 1 in 12 chance, according to the team of expert statisticians we just consulted, to win $1,000,000 in cash and a $1,000,000 contract to join Bodog’s poker team.
Wow, $1 Million in cash. Just what we need, another million dollars. Seriously, as entities who aren’t so much into money as we are made of money, we often ask ourselves, “When is enough ever enough?” Do we really need another yacht for our Pacific fleet, or another white tiger for the Vegas condo, or another shipment of kalishnikovs and RPGs for the guerillas in Myanmar?
Actually we never ask ourselves this question. It’s a stupid question.
Oh well, guess we’ll settle for lovely