By Steve Beauregard She’s known as a famous actress, from roles in movies ranging from “Let it Ride” and “Liar, Liar” to the cheesy “Chucky” movies, but Jennifer Tilly, the poker player continues to leave her mark on the poker world.Part of this is because of her constant presence on the tournament poker scene, and part of it is because of her relationship with her famous poker professional boyfriend, Phil Laak.We won't promise how much money you can earn selling our site. We can just say that our site is relatively new on the market and many buyers still haven't seen it. At last, the reliability at the moment consists of 32%. You can offer the potential customers to visit our site and receive daily updated free photo and video content.She never called however, so the next time they hung out, when Jennifer asked for his number again, Phil refused, saying there was no point, as she was not going to call him.
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The two soon became an item, with some in the poker community beginning to call her “The Unabombshell.” On the poker front, Phil Laak did give her a lot of tips, especially when it came to tournament strategy.
Jennifer says he tried to make poker very simple, by teaching her little easy-to-remember phrases: “If your cards add up to 20 or more, keep betting.” “No set, no bet.” “Never bet on the river, you’ll only get called by a hand that beats you.” While Phil wanted her initial forays into tournament poker to be of the buy-in variety, Tilly insisted on jumping into the high stakes arena.