A game show about celebrities from film and television, who play poker.
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Robert Thompson ...
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A game show about celebrities from film and television, who play poker.

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In May 2004, 'Nicole Sullivan' donated the $100,000 she won on the show to her favorite charity, Alley Cat Allies, an organization that rescues cats and promotes spaying/neutering. See more »

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Dave Foley: Okay, why don't we see how the chips are stacking.
Phil Gordon: Ask nicely.
Dave Foley: Would you please do a chip count?
Phil Gordon: Okay.
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Version of Celeb Poker (2005) See more »

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One of the best programs for a beginning Poker player!
26 June 2012 | by (SLC, UT) – See all my reviews

I LOVED this show and when I was starting to play Poker, there was no better method by which to learn the basics of the game. The reason for this is that most of the celebrities play horrifically on Celebrity Poker Showdown and it provides plenty of opportunities for Phil Gordon to explain where they went wrong and why. Viewers also get a great chance to see how a smart poker player can easily dominate play when they have good cards and when they don't. While I enjoy High Stakes Poker and WSOP shows very much too, you simply don't get the chance for beginner lessons like you did with Celebrity Poker Showdown (and, really, it's worth the price of admission to see Scott Stapp of 90's band, Creed, "play." It's AMAZING). I really wish that they would release it on DVD!


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