Seth Palansky, WSOP Communications Director, on This Week’s “Keep Flopping Aces”

by Lou on February 25, 2009

Seth Palansky, Communications Director for Harrah’s Entertainment and the World Series of Poker, will be my guest this Thursday, February 26, on Keep Flopping Aces, which webcasts at at 9 p.m. Eastern Time.

We’re going to talk all about this year’s World Series of Poker, and what’s new and different this time around. Since the WSOP just released its schedule of events a few weeks ago, there’ll be plenty to chat about, including Event No. 2, a brand-new $40,000 buy-in tournament, and the impact of doing away with rebuy events for 2009.
Palansky came to the WSOP a year ago from the NFL, where he headed communications for the league’s cable channel for five years. No stranger to big sporting events, Palansky has worked Super Bowls, Olympics, World Series, Heavyweight Championship boxing matches, the Daytona 500, major golf and tennis tournaments, and of course the World Series of Poker.
This should be a fascinating first half-hour of the show, and if you’re planning on attending this year’s WSOP, you ought to listen and get a heads-up straight from the horse’s mouth on what’s new, and what to expect at the 40th Annual WSOP.

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