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I will be on the All In Energy Drink team at The 2008 World Series Of Poker. Here are more details about the All In Energy Drink Tournament in July:
Invitation only ALL IN Energy Drink Poker Tournament (held twice a year) Play against the world's Top Professional Poker Players in Vegas. Minimum purse will be $500,000Purse size may grow as ALL IN Energy Drink purchases increase $1,000 "Bounty" for every pro player you knock out- 1,200 Invitations are available to be "won"
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Review contest rules for full details (see link below)
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Its WSOP Time!

39th Annual World Series of Poker
World Championship Pot-Limit Hold'em (Event 1)
Rio Hotel & Casino -

Friday, May 30, 2008 to Sunday, June 01, 2008

I will be at the All In Energy Drink Booth, come and see me and sign up for the FREE All In $500,000 Tournament Buy In with purchase of 4 cases online at . That also includes Free Shipping and a Free All In Energy T-shirt!

Summer sizzles at Morels French Steakhouse and Bistro

The Palazzo is located adjacent to The Venetianon the famous Las Vegas Strip
Make Your Vacation Sizzle withThe Palazzo Sublime Summer Packagefrom $159 per night!

50% discount on a bottle of wine with entrée purchase at Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro

20% food discount at Woo Pan-Asian Cuisine

Complimentary mini-facial and makeover with any purchase at Fresh

$25 gaming credit

Exclusive Suite Upgrade Specials
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro offers a new dining experience in Las Vegas at The Palazzo. Featuring a delectable menu created by Executive Chef Eric Bauer, Morels merges steak with other unique culinary aspects, including an iced seafood bar, as well as a cheese and charcuterie bar that showcases cheeses from around the world, handmade meats, and more than 60 wines-by-the-glass. In addition, the restaurant features an expansive wine list and a handmade Bloody Mary cart.

Woo brings savory Pan-Asian cuisine to Las Vegas at The Palazzo. Chefs Peter Woo and Ming See Woo collaborate to create exceptional, contemporary Asian dining. Their interpretive dishes are forged using a distinctive blend of Japanese sensibilities and Californian ingredients. Featured cosmopolitan items include Alaskan King Crab with Orange-Jicama Salsa, Tenderloin of Beef in Ginger Shao Hing Wine, and Maine lobster with forbidden & Bhutanese Rice.

Fresh® is now open in Las Vegas at The Palazzo! Fresh® is committed to combining high-quality natural ingredients with cutting-edge technology to create products that are as effective as they are enjoyable. Our impeccable, eye-catching design furthers our mission to turn the functional necessity of personal care into a deluxe sensorial experience. Current best-sellers include Sugar Lip Treatment SPF 15, Soy Face Cleanser, Brown Body Polish, Supernova Mascara, and High Noon Freshface Glow.

When you owe.....

Posted May 20th 2008 12:10PM by TMZ Staff
Charles Barkley's mouth is writing checks his wallet apparently can't cash. Last night the baller announced he's finally paid back the $400K he owes the Wynn Hotel and Casino in Vegas. Only he hasn't.Immediately following Barkley's proclamation that he was paid in full, Clark County D.A. David Roger told the Las Vegas Sun, "We have no evidence to suggest that he has made any payments. We have neither heard from Mr. Barkley nor received restitution from him."And get this -- Barkley not only has to repay the Wynn, he also has to pay an extra 10% fee -- $40,000 -- to the bad check unit.He could be charged with a felony if he doesn't pay up.
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