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Nuts Magazine Brings the Beautiful Nuts Girls to Poker In The Park

July 13, 2009 (London, UK) – Poker in the Park, Europe’s largest poker festival, is proud to announce Nuts magazine, Britain’s biggest selling men’s weekly, as a media sponsor and host of the opening poker tournaments on each day of the two day festival – August 13 & 14.

Nuts magazine and The Nuts Girls will be in Leicester Square to host the first play-for-fun, Turbo Sit n’ Go tournament of the festival.  The first tourney will be held in the festival’s Poker Dome on Thursday, August 13 at 5:00pm and the second at 12:00pm on Friday, August 14.

The Nuts Girls will be on hand posing for photos and taking subscription sign-ups at the Nuts booth within Poker in the Park.

“Teaming up with Nuts is a great fit for Poker in the Park.  Their audience is made up of the fun-loving types of guys that make poker such an awesome game,” said Michael Caselli, Event Organizer.

“We’re chuffed to be involved with Poker in The Park. It’s one of those events that truly brings the heart of London alive in the Summer. With the organiser’s track record for providing the slickest poker festival in the business and our reputation for being a bunch of fun-loving berks lucky enough to work with Britain’s sexiest glamour stars, it really is a match made in, erm… Leicester Square!” Nick Soldinger, Deputy Editor, Nuts magazine

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For more information contact:
Melissa Ross
Lyceum Media
+44 (0) 207 976 6469

2009 will mark the third anniversary of Poker in the Park. Held in Leicester Square, the event draws 15,000 poker enthusiasts to participate in fun, free poker tournaments and enhance their poker skills through free poker lectures taught by the biggest pros in Europe.

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Nuts magazine is Britain’s best-loved and biggest-selling men’s weekly reaching 1,064,000 men in print, while its website boasts 1,398,000 unique users.