It All Comes Down to the Grand Finale Table of Six in GSN's Poker Royale: Battle of the Sexes
The Ongoing Debate Will be Settled ... The World's Finest Poker Players Call
Each Other's Bluff's and Aim to Prove Who is the More Skilled Gender
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 28 -- The name calling has been
done, sarcastic punches thrown, and the men have won every single previous
match in the series -- it all comes down to the final table of six players in
GSN's POKER ROYALE: BATTLE OF THE SEXES where on Friday, March 4 at 9:00PM
ET/PT one gender will prove once and for all who is better skilled at No Limit
Texas Hold'Em. Will the men blitz the women, or can the ladies strut their
stuff and walk away with the title of the stronger gender and a cash prize of
The men took the $10,000 pot in all of the previous six episodes. Now
based on their performance in those episodes, the top three point leaders for
the men and women will face off for the championship. The players who earned
those spots are Kathy Liebert, Evelyn Ng, Karina Jett, Antonio Esfandiari,
Layne Flack and Amir Vahedi.
According to Liebert, "Men think women can't play poker! Well, they're
going to discover that under-estimating women is a big mistake. The male ego
is going to be their downfall." She continues, "These guys think women are
easy to read but we women know how to deceive them and they will fall right
into our web. The guys are going down."
Layne Flack says, "If poker relates to anything like it does in life, then
I am sure the women will beat us down far enough to where they may pull into
the lead once in a while."
POKER ROYALE: BATTLE OF THE SEXES is hosted by radio personality Tom
Leykis, along with co-host Kennedy, and color commentator and poker pro,
Robert Williamson III. The previous six episodes winners include: Amir
Vahedi, Antonio Esfandiari, Layne Flack, Paul Wolfe, Amir Vahedi (again) and
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to game-related programming and interactive game playing. The network
features game shows, reality series, light sports, documentaries and casino
games. GSN is the industry leader in interactivity and as such allows viewers
a chance to win prizes by playing along with GSN's televised games via
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through all major cable systems and satellite providers. The network is
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