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    Thursday, September 28th, 2006 by Mike

Two of the biggest names in poker are amongst the attractions in the latest issue of Gambling.com magazine.

Eric Bana and Erica Schoenberg a.k.a. the ‘Poker Princess’ feature prominently in the September/October edition which also takes a look at one of the world’s best golf courses.

Former Esquire Senior Designer Stuart Tolley is on board as the magazine’s Art Director and his influence is clear to see in the luxury magazine of choice for the gambling sector.

In his first interview since filming completed on new poker movie Lucky You, Eric Bana talks about his challenging role as a pro poker player pitted against his estranged father (Robert Duvall). Eric also discusses his meteoric rise-and-rise in Hollywood, and the joys of working with Academy Award winning director, Curtis Hanson (The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, 8 Mile, LA Confidential).

Next up is the gorgeous ‘Poker Princess’ Erica Schoenberg, who was recently announced as the official ‘spokesmodel’ for Mansion. Erica tells Gambling.com Magazine about her dreams of success on the poker circuit and how she’s planning to turn heads in the poker world – and not just for the obvious reasons.

The issue also features an interview with hip-hop superstar Ja Rule who gives an insight into his new online poker room StarsonPoker.

Gambling.com Magazine also takes a look at Wynn Golf & Country Club designed by Tom Fazio. The revolutionary course is acknowledged as one of the best in the world and was the brainchild of legendary Vegas hotelier Steve Wynn.

Michael Caselli, editor of Gambling.com, said, ‘We’re really pleased with our fourth issue. We’ve got a fantastic magazine absolutely packed with features, interviews and loads of stuff to keep even the most hardened gamer absorbed for hours.’




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