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Sparky Collins Goes All In: Prepares for 2010 WSOP

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Jul/07/2009
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Everybody's favorite transgender reporter, Sparky Collins, wanted so badly to take part in the 2009 World Series of Poker, but no one would sponsor him.

"I couldn't fly to Vegas on my own," he said.  "I try to get a poker site to sponsor me but nobody does."

Sparky, who arrived in the United States during the 80's after escaping his native Cuba by inner tube, has been working in Puerto Rico while fulfilling his reporting duties for the Gambling911.com website.  In Rincon, Sparky participates in weekly poker tournaments in order to hone his skills. 

"I will win next year at the World Series of Poker!" Sparky insisted.  "This is son photos in you Sparky plaing poker in Rincon P.Rico."

Sparky uses his BetUS.com poker chips for each week's tournaments.

 

   

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