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Jenny Woo Fondue, Charlie Sheen Betting and More

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Mar/13/2011
Jenny Woo

Meet the new Barbara Walters of the Internet. 

For those of you who have been following Gambling911.com all these years, she’s hardly a new face.  Jenny Woo has been working at Gambling911.com since 2004.

In case you missed it, Ms. Woo conducted her very first interview from our new studio in Pensacola, Florida (view it here)

The inaugural video is part of a bi-weekly series that will be produced by the fine team at DonBest.com.

This week, our Senior International Correspondent discusses some of her recent interviews with top poker stars, among them Vanessa Rousso, as well as the latest and greatest going on at Gambling911.com. 

The big news on the betting front in addition to recent legislative attempts to legalize online gambling at the state level revolved around all those Charlie Sheen betting odds currently being offered. 

No doubt, March Madness will be the focus of Jenny’s next big interview scheduled for mid-March. 

Gambling911.com hopes to expand on its Pensacola coverage by also providing interviews with up-and-coming Mixed Martial Arts stars from the region who are hoping to make it into the big leagues of the UFC.  Pensacola is a hot bed for MMA fighters.

Oh, and did we mention that this week’s addition features a photo of Woo that continues to haunt her to this day (hint:  she’s covered in chocolate).

- Payton O’Brien, Gambling911.com Senior Editor

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