Jenny Woo Wants to be Your Facebook Friend

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Jenny Woo's lead reporter, Jenny Woo, has begun to actively update her Facebook page in recent days, which of course includes newly updated photos, many of which feature Woo scantily clad.

"Facebook is an excellent tool in which to mingle and network with all my friends in the online gambling sector," said Jenny Woo. 

In particular, Woo will be looking for poker players to join her "friend" ring.

"It's an excellent opportunity for these poker stars to build some momentum," Woo said. 

Today's poker players don't just make money at the tables, they build their bankrolls up through prized endorsement deals and exposure on the website helps these individuals gain recognition.  The powerful online gaming website, Bodog, first developed name recognition a la the website before it went on to become a search engine driven powerhouse. 

Woo has interviewed the likes of Annie Duke, Phil Hellmuth, Ron Paul, Barney Frank, Cindy Margolis, Dick Armey, Doyle Brunson, Pamela Anderson, just to name a few.

"No journalist has interviewed such a wide range of people," said Thomas Jensen of the website  "It would not surprise me if Jenny gets invited to the White House and sits down with President Obama some time this year."

Ms. Woo's articles get wide distribution as well.

Facebook will provide Woo with another avenue in which to display her masterworks. 

Woo might also be one of the few people to have two Facebook accounts, thanks to a registering gaffe on the part of management.  Her first two friends were none other than poker icon, Daniel Negreanu, and one time Sportingbet Chief, Mark "Gorby" Blanford.

If Facebook were a country, it would be the eighth most populated in the world, just ahead of Japan, Russia and Nigeria.

Payton O'Brien, Senior Editor

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