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Somach to Interview Matt Savage on Radio

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Jan/05/2011
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Gambling911.com's own Tom Somach on Wednesday will help interview on radio the tournament director for the world's second-largest poker tournament, the Los Angeles Poker Classic.

Somach will appear as a guest interviewer on KCAA radio in Los Angeles on Wednesday, January 5, 2011, from 5:30-5:45 pm Pacific Time (8:30-8:45 pm Eastern Time) to help Fred Wallin, host of "Sports Parade," interview tournament director Matt Savage.

Somach and Wallin will interview Savage about the upcoming Los Angeles Poker Classic, which runs from January 19-March 3, 2011, at the Commerce Casino in suburban Los Angeles.

The Classic, with dozens of separate tournaments, some of which are World Poker Tour events, is the second-largest poker tournament in the world after the World Series of Poker.

Most of the top poker pros have competed in the Classic, including Gambling911.com advertiser Doyle Brunson.

The radio show can be heard in the Los Angeles area at frequency 1050 am.

It can also be heard live via the KCAA website, at www.kcaaradio.com

The show can also be downloaded via free archive at the website, after the show airs.

Savage, a close friend of Annie Duke, is to reveal on the show what name Duke will use professionally once she marries Joe Reitman--a question Gambling911.com first posed.

Gambling911.com will be there to report what he says.

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