Marcel Luske Hoping To Smash Lady Ga Ga's Poker Face

Dutch poker legend Marcel Luske has shown there is no end to his talents after announcing he will be releasing a new album entitled “More Than Just a Game” with a mini live concert planned at the Fontana Lounge at The Bellagio on 20th December. If the album then captures the imagination of the public Lady Ga Ga could soon be facing some stiff competition for the ‘poker theme song’ crown.
The PokerStars Pro said, “There’s 13 songs on the album – the same as a suit in a deck of cards. The songs include two I wrote myself as well as covers by artists I admire, such as the award-winning Canadian singer Michael Bublé.”
Drawing extra attention to one track in particular, Luske said, “Make people aware that a poker song is coming. It’s called ‘The Song of the Outlaws.” The song title is apparently a reference to Luske’s poker-playing group of friends nicknamed the  “Circle of Outlaws,” and is set to the theme tune from the 1960’s classic western series Rawhide.
Luske explains that he has a love of music and has even found a way of incorporating his singing into his poker play to rattle his opponents and put them off their stride.
“I can tune them by talking to them and by singing at the table..If some one’s in a good mood at the table, you stay away from them..But sometimes they really get irritated because they just lost a few hands and they’re not in the mood to listen to a song..So let’s say there’s that kind of guy, and if I attack his big blind and he has half a hand, he’s going to go for it. He’s frustrated..Now, I know if I start to sing, he’s going to go so wild..So I’m going to test him. People react in different ways and show their moods.”
There’s no denying that Marcel Lüske is a unique poker talent, having notched up in excess of $3,700,000 from live tournaments, including $1,173,396 from his 20 WSOP cashes. If Marcel can now transfer some of his poker success to the music industry, he is sure to make a splash and have Lady Ga Ga, famous for her best selling song “Poker Face”, trembling in her leather boots.
“Making this album has really been a dream come true for me,” added Luske. “I never thought it would happen because I had so much else going on in my life. However once I joined Team PokerStars Pro, they were really supportive about it and I made up my mind that I really must do it before the year 2010.”

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