Jenny Woo is Dating a World Series of Poker Finalist

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Dennis Phillips

The entire poker community is abuzz that Senior Correspondent, Jenny Woo, has been seen with one of the 9 2008 World Series of Poker finalists around Miami Beach, sipping Mohitos in the sun and under a brightly lit full moon.

Okay so it may not technically be "dating" even if the two have mentioned the "B" word, perhaps kiddingly.

Who's the World Series of Poker finalist though?  That's the million dollar question.

"Make that the three million dollar question!" Woo said with a grimace, her face turning pink.  "We Asians are missing a chromosome that causes our faces to turn pink when we've had too much to drink."


"I want to have poker babies with him," Woo said of her latest beau.  All kidding aside, the two were said to have really clicked. 

The two did not have sex.

Whether there is a relationship to be had here, it remains to be seen. has approved of the relationship though, which means she wasn't with David Rheem.  That leaves eight.

Woo by the way spent much of last week undercover in Jamaica at Hedonism exploring the dark world of body painting while intermingling with seven other hot photogenic barely clothed babes.  Her cover was blown more than once.  

The photos are on the way.  Watch for Jenny's interview with representative Phil "The Poker Brat" Hellmuth, coming shortly as well.

Talk about a busy diva! 

Ace Young, 

Gambling News

The Death of The Bookie!

Are you ready for the future of gambling in America? If you’re wondering how you can prepare for the upcoming flood of competitors trying to steal your lunch, this is going to be the most important message you’ll ever read!

League Blocking of Sports Gambling Cost Racetrack $139 Million

League Blocking of Sports Gambling Cost Racetrack $139 Million

A New Jersey horse racing association has sued the four major pro sports leagues and the NCAA over what it says is more than $130 million in lost sports betting revenue.

5 Serious Questions To Ask Before Signing Up With A Pay Per Head Company

Don’t get ripped off with the wrong pay per head solution, finding a premium service will help online bookies achieve their sportsbook goals and become a master agent. Jot down these 5 serious questions and start searching for the best per head platform.

PricePerPlayer: 'Benefits of Legalized Sports Betting Far Outweigh the Negatives'

PricePerPlayer: 'Benefits of Legalized Sports Betting Far Outweigh the Negatives'

Pay Per Head businesses, bookies, agents and online sportsbooks were mostly celebrating last week's landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court allowing all 50 states to legalize sports betting (not all will).  The rationale for this mindset is, well, it changes the public's mindset about an activity that for centuries has been frowned upon, perhaps a few notches above prostitution.

Paddy Power Buys FanDuel

Paddy Power Betfair (PPB.I) (PPB.L) has agreed to merge its U.S. business with fantasy sports company FanDuel to target the U.S. sports betting market that is set to open up in the coming years, the Irish bookmaker said on Wednesday.