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The World Poker Tour group shares hit a new high yesterday, pumped up by America’s twin obsessions — video games and gambling.

The company — already riding high on the success of its television shows and gambling-themed products — drew another winner by signing a deal with Take-2 Interactive Software to make PlayStation and Nintendo-styled video poker games under the World Poker brand.

The deal could generate millions in added sales of interactive games, whose manufacturers have been suffering from flat sales since Christmas.

The project pushed up the stock of the gambling show’s parent, WPT Enterprises, to $20.50 — its highest level since it went public last August at $8. It rose to $19.29, up 51 cents, or nearly 3 percent, in Nasdaq Stock Market trading.

The World Poker Tour TV show is a hit in more than 50 major cities around the world. It’s seen here on cable sports network ESPN and in the weekly World Poker Tour series on the Travel Channel.

WPT Enterprises also sells World Poker Tour products, ranging from gambling equipment and books about playing pokers to apparel, DVDs, giftware and casino games.

Take-2 said the new poker games for consoles, handheld and PC formats are under development at two studios for Take-2’s new 2K Sports division, part of the 2K Games publishing label.

Shares of the No. 4 console game maker slipped about 2 percent to $36.86, off 89 cents.

Take-2 could meet stiff competition in poker video games from industry leader competitor, Electronic Arts Inc., which recently signed a 15-year licensing deal with ESPN for sports video games — including a possible poker video game in conjunction with that license.

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Top European clubs lining up their January Poker Online Uang Asli transfer targets

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We are quickly approaching that wholesale time of the year again when everyone is out for a bargain following the Christmas rush, the same going for the top clubs around Europe. Whilst many people will be looking for a cheap television every manager across Western Europe will be on the hunt for that missing element in their side.


That hunt has seemingly already begun, albeit probably never stopped, with top clubs being linked to a number of potential targets. The Poker Online Uang Asli first player who seems destine to move, although seemed destine to move in the summer, should be Andrei Arshavin from Zenit St Petersburg with Real Madrid apparently the club in prime position to sign the Russian international.


Real Madrid will be without Ruud van Nistelrooy for the rest of the season and despite Higauin banging in the goals the club looks short of bodies up front. Arjen Robben looks like he could be permanently in and out of the side with Arshavin a good replacement for both of Madrid’s current Dutch sick notes.


However Arshavin seems to be doing the rounds when it comes to a number of clubs across the continent but whoever takes the plunge the 27-year-old seems certain to snap their hands off. It is a rare occurrence that a club makes more than one change normally, with clubs reluctant to change things too much if they are going well. Manchester City though could be the exception that proves the rule despite having not been linked with too many players so far.


One player who does look likely to move the short distance from Ewood Park to Eastlands is Roque Santa Cruz, with Mark Hughes looking to hook up with his former bargain buy. However despite Santa …