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Poker: Trishelle Cannatella Storms Off Poker2Nite Set

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Mar/03/2010

Reality star turned poker pro Trishelle Cannatella apparently took offense to host Joe Sebok's suggestion that she had dressed perhaps a little too "appropriately" for an interview on Poker2Nite.  Cannatella stormed off the set after Sebok commented how she had been dressed a bit more provocatively while at a Vegas tournament.

"This is why we can't have women on the show," Sebok was heard saying after Cannatella walked off the set.

While she eventually came back to finish the interview, Cannatella commented on her Twitter page that Sebok was a "jerk face". 

The segment airs tonight (Wednesday March 3 on Versus).

Both Sebok and Cannatella are part of Team UB.com

Cannatella had appeared on MTV's Real World Las Vegas and was a WPT Celebrity Invitational final table-ist.

Readers of the WickedChopsPoker.com website commented that the segment was "awful staged".

Ace King, Gambling911.com 

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