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Halsall plays poker hand

Halsall has become the latest firm launch into the burgeoning poker product sector, with a line based on the world's leading poker tournament. A full range of World Series of Poker...
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Halsall has become the latest firm launch into the burgeoning poker product sector, with a line based on the world's leading poker tournament. A full range of World Series of Poker licensed products, will be showcased for the first time at Toy Fair.

The World Series is the world?s most popular poker tournament for professional players. Halsall's line will include poker chips and accessories and handheld electronic games.

US sport network ESPN broadcasts World Series of Poker events regularly and the 2005 WSOP?s final, held in Las Vegas, is expected to attract more than 6,000 entrants, even with a $10,000 entry fee.

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