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Playboy Looking for Ladies to Join Its Poker Team

Regional Tournaments to Be Held Throughout the US


If we're truly lucky, maybe Clonie Gowen or Liz Lieu will try out for this team.

Playboy's Alta Loma Entertainment has commissioned the Players Network to produce "Playboy's Women of Poker," a multipart television series that will feature beautiful women competing to become members of Playboy's Poker Team.

The winners may be featured in a Playboy Magazine pictorial.

Women can get on the show by participating in one of five regional qualifying hold'em tournaments held throughout the United States, where they will also do a test photo shoot.

Six finalists from each region will win a trip to Las Vegas to compete in the televised finals. The six women who accumulate the most points through their poker and modeling skills at the final event will become members of Playboy's Poker Team, attend parties at the Playboy Mansion, and potentially appear in Playboy Magazine or on as "Cybergirls."

As members of Playboy's Poker Team, the winners will make public appearances, play in charity tournaments, and participate in other promotional events.

Players Network is a media, marketing and, merchandising company focusing on the gaming lifestyle, producing and distributing original content for its own video on demand channel on Comcast in 10 million homes, for its broadband network, for DVD home video, mobile platforms, and through worldwide television syndication. Women can register for the events at its website.

Alta Loma Entertainment, which is owned by Playboy, produces programming suitable for all audiences for distribution across all platforms, including television series such as "The Girls Next Door," "Party at the Palms," and the documentary feature film "Bullets Over Hollywood."