Poker Stunner Tina Wallman Is Carbon Poker's Official Spokesmodel

Every great online poker room needs equally attractive celebrities to help promote the site, and few celebrities come better equipped to attract the attention of hot blooded males everywhere than Tina Wallman.
Tina Wallman is known affectionately as ‘The Queen of Hearts,’ and is the official spokesmodel for Carbon Poker. Not surprisingly, the 30 year-old Australian beauty was a model before going into the poker promoting business in 2006 and still continues to use her impressive assets to hook in increasing numbers of players to Carbon Poker.
The half German Aussie stunner hails from Sydney and her past modelling assignments have seen her photos being shown in a whole range of magazines, including babelife.com, Ralph magazine and Maxim. Wallman was even named the Zoo Beach Weeklys Girl of the Year in 2007.
As part of her official spokesmodel duties for Carbon Poker, Tina will now join the marketing effort to promote the US friendly site, which continues to see its visitor traffic increase after much bigger gaming sites exited the American market in response to the 2006 UIGEA.
I have no doubt Tina Wallman will excel in her endeavours to forge stronger Aussie-American poker relations. In addition, apparently Tina has become quite a skilled player since becoming a part of Carbon Poker, and when once ‘insightfully’ asked by an interviewer as to how poker relates to sex, she famously replied: “Bluffing is very similar to faking it.”
Unfortunately, I was unable to track down some of Tina’s past poker successes, but if she would like to contact me and let me know more about her past poker results I would be very happy and excited to post them up for her. Lol
Finally, another interesting quote from the spirited brown-haired, 5 foot 5 inch stunner was; “I enjoy rubbing sun screen on my girlfriends when we go to the beach. It stirs up a lot of attention from the guys. I love to rub sun screen on their back and their bum.”
Of that I have no doubt!!

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