Victor H. Royer, author. As a result, I find myself here well past midnight, contemplating slots once more, and what else can I say? It is true that I have been penning articles on slots since 1984. Thousands of articles have been written by me on the subject of slots and casino games; among them are, of course, my 55 novels. So, having always been open to writing something novel or unconventional, it occurred to me that my compositions pertaining to poker have been more in demand than anything else in the 37 years that I have been writing creatively. To put it mildly, I intend to convey this in a humorous manner. Likewise, this applies to my, shall we say, “more recent” forays into raja567 substantial winnings on Monopoly Live.

However, I digress…
Consequently, in an effort to include something that is at least marginally intriguing, I reasoned that it might be possible to revisit an interview I conducted with Sam Simon today. Possibly recognizable to those unfamiliar with the name are Homer Simpson, Bart Simpson, and the other members of the animated family “The Simpsons.” Evidently, Sam Simon is a co-creator of this timeless television program. Furthermore, he maintains a Hollywood Home Poker Game on a regular basis, which he used to host for the Playboy Channel (and possibly still does; however, I haven’t subscribed to the Playboy channel in some time; however, several episodes are also available on YouTube).

Additionally, an abundance of exceptionally attractive playmates.

In all honesty, it is beyond my comprehension how poker players, particularly male players, can maintain focus on the cards when there are Playboy Playmates circling with minimal or no attire on. Furthermore, I ought to be aware, as I frequented the Playboy Mansion frequently khelo24bet when I was in Hollywood many years ago. It’s well known to me. However, that could be the subject of a different discussion at a later time.

I would like to depart briefly for the time being and elaborate on my interview with Sam Simon. Thus, it is as it is:

On television, a story of Homeric proportions has been revealed. This is Homer from “The Simpsons,” not the Homer from “The Odyssey” and “The Iliad.” To clarify for those lacking knowledge of Greek literature: Bart’s great, great, great-grandfather was Homer. From a historical standpoint, that concludes the narrative.

We do not jest, and as you implore, the Bard speaks. That is “Bard,” not “Bart,” the historical figure previously mentioned that is also intimately associated with William Shakespeare.
And just to make sure that we mix up this literary soup with as many cans of beans as we can find, or – in this case a good dose of ye juicy tomatoes – known to most of us mortals as Playboy Playmates, we shall liberally sprinkle this tale of many cuties (with apologies to Charles Dickens) by also including a few bags of chips – the poker kind, not the ones to munch on when you run out of nails and fingers.

And so dear travelers upon this road of quasi-intellectual mirth, this entire preamble leads us to the inevitable conclusion that this article leads directly to Mr. Sam Simon, well-known writer, TV producer, and to most of us known as the co-creator of the famous TV show “The Simpsons.” Therefore, in light of the fact that this production represents an unprecedented display of modern intellectualism since Homer and Shakespeare, we shall now all bow in silence in genuine admiration for the Bart’s (that is the other one, not Shakespeare) wisdom.

Having so bestowed upon us this iconic Americanism in the form of the first family of television, Mr. Simon has now granted upon us the joy of delicious Playboy Playmates, first and foremost in the form of Brande Roderick, and numerous television and poker playing celebrities, as they participate in “Sam’s Game,” the poker show on the Playboy TV channel.

Here we have not only poker action, but laughter and comedy and beautiful women all cavorting together in Sam’s beautiful Hollywood home, as they vie for the attention of good cards and mountains of poker chips, while at the same time trying not to be distracted by the ever present scantily clad Playboy Playmates, at their beck and call for every dream and wish.

And so you too can join in these festivities simply by tuning in to your Playboy TV channel at the appointed hour and day, and watching not only great and hot poker action, the comedic stylings of many Hollywood celebrities and other participants, but also the hot babes that will make you envy the late and great Hugh Hefner (in case you don’t already do so).

A number of notable individuals participated in Sam’s game, including the recently deceased Norm McDonald, Jennifer Tilly, Jennifer Lee, Phil Laak, Brande Roderick, and Playboy Playmates Deanna Brooks, Stacy Fuson, and Andrea Lowell.

Throughout my interview with Sam, I inquired about a variety of topics pertaining to this specific television poker program, including its distinguishing characteristics in comparison to other poker programs currently airing on television.

Primarily, Sam’s Game is entirely uncensored; as a result, you will obtain an exceptionally profound understanding of the dialogue surrounding the authentic Hollywood home poker game, complete with its intensely literary undertones. However, there is more!

I specifically inquired of Sam what distinguishes his poker program from High Stakes Poker. “There are two main differences,” he said, “the first being that the stakes are not high, and the second that the players are funny.” This is in line with the theme of the program which is very much directed to being more of a social game, and therefore actually more representative of the kind of Hollywood home games that these participants actually play.

I also asked Sam what was different about his show from the Hollywood Home Game and Celebrity Poker Showdown which had also been on TV.

“There is a huge difference between this show and the others,” he said, “because we have all been friends for over 20 years in some cases, and we all know each other, and have played together with each other many times, and therefore this is the kind of game that actually takes place. He continued, “We are not strangers because we are all acquainted and are not encountering one another at the game.” We all have a history with each other and therefore the viewers will feel like they are actually sitting in on my game and being a part of it.”

The game was filmed at the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and therefore it is a legitimate cash game played under Nevada rules, in a licensed casino. This makes it even more interesting because viewers can now experience live entertainment, and poker, and celebrities, and Playboy Playmates, all in one fun filled package.

Finally, I asked Sam what it is like playing with all those Playboy Bunnies, and if this was distracting to the players – at least the male kind.
“While it was a difficult decision to participate in a poker game with all those delicious looking Playboy Playmates,” Sam said, “ultimately, when it comes to poker, we as poker players are dedicated to the art of poker, and therefore are not distracted by the voluptuous beauties catering to our every wish and whim.”

I can certainly appreciate that and empathize with Sam on this score. Being a poker player myself, I know how truly interesting poker and poker chips may be, especially when the choice we have is to either sit around a table with sweaty cigar smoking men, instead of lounging in the arms of a voluptuous babe who wants to cater to my every whim. A tough choice, indeed!

So, do give it a whirl, old chap. You can subscribe to the Playboy TV channel through your local cable company, or satellite provider, and be sure to tune in to Sam’s Game, and experience poker as it was meant to be played. And if you can’t wait, you can always log on to www.YouTube.com and look at a selection of scenes from all of the recorded episodes.

And so, as the sun sets on yet another day in Hollywood, and the moon rises over the glittering neon skyscape of Las Vegas, we leave you with the immortal words of perhaps the most famous showman of them all, P. T. Barnum, and his prophetic wisdom: “There’s a sucker born every minute!”

And so, if you do not want to be one of that particular caste, then we humbly suggest that you participate and partake in Sam’s Game on the Playboy TV channel, and You Tube.

Let there be good cheer and smiles all around!

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