With great enthusiasm, actor-director James Woods directed four exciting commercial for his new web site: www.hollywoodpoker. net recently. The 30 minute scenes are both humorous and informative as one can actually see the excitement of playing poker online. The commercials are scheduled to be run on NBC during the showing of the National Heads-up Hold'em championship.
With the same enthusiasm, Woods speaks about his new web site, a place for free play with himself and other celebrities, where poker newbies can gain some experience and have some fun. Although it will be free to start, Woods intends to charge a modest monthly fee for membership in the future, which he calls, "entertainment at a low price.' This is a place where players can hone their skills before they attempt playing for money on the internet, hopefully at Woods' other site, www. hollywoodpoker.com. In addition to his modest membership fee, Woods intends to earn income from merchandising and advertising on his site. He believes this is currently a missing service on the web and that he conceives this project as a "poker theme park.'
Well, why not? If Disney can do it and it lasted 50 years so far, poker has been around a lot longer than Mickey Mouse. How about poker on the Moon, on a virtual riverboat with Maverick, on an undersea adventure dive, or, with Michael Jackson's latest 'thriller' video, which