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Segments of ‘Party Girl Poker’ Hit the Web

Show mixes reality TV, poker and adult entertainment.

Segments of ‘Party Girl Poker’ Hit the Web
CHATSWORTH, Calif. - Two free segments of the first episode of "Party Girl Poker" have been released at the show's website.

 

The Texas Hold ‘em poker show features adult-industry starlets who play with clothing chips and can buy their way back into the game by performing non-directed erotic acts with one or more members of the six-girl cast. According to producer Chris Sherwood, the game was made to generate interaction between the contestants.

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"We wanted to create a game where the girls could simply be themselves and interact with each other as they would in everyday situations," he said. "That type of interaction makes for intriguing, fresh content. ... Aside from the familiar poker-series format, nothing about the show is scripted."

 

The game is shot exclusively in high-definition video. Content available on the website includes full interviews with the contestants and the trailer for the second episode.

 

Recent contestants include Brooke Banner of Showtime's "Californication," Cassidey, Ryder Skye, Jessica Valentino, Kaiya Lynn, Sophia Lynn, Sammie Rhodes and Brooke Belle. The show is hosted by Playboy Radio's Annmarie, and an online community is available for fans to discuss the show and offer feedback.

 

"One of the most exciting aspects of the website is the fan interaction," Sherwood said. "We have created a way for the users to be a part of the continuing seasons of ‘Party Girl Poker' by being able to voice their opinions about everything from which starlets they would or wouldn't like to see in future games to rule additions and modifications."

 






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