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Poker Start and Dicaprio Work Together

Doyle Brunson, the famous poker player, has teamed up with Hollywood start Leonardo Dicaprio for a noble cause – saving planet Earth. The two legends, each in his own field, will work together to raise awareness for the issue of global warming. Brunson hopes that he could get the attention of past and present poker players and get them to realize the graveness of the situation. Playing all day at the online casino is great fun; however other “burning” issues need you attention as well. With the help of Dicaprio, Brunson will produce an environmental documentary entitled ‘The 11th Hour’ which will deal with global warming.

Additional celebrity appearances include physicist Stephen Hawking and Kenyan activist Wangari Maathai. Some people are always saying that the online casino industry is harmful. Where are those individuals now? It’s perfectly reasonable to claim that the people make the community and that when good people are involved the community can only bring good. There are good people in the online casino and gambling community, as Brunson demonstrates. And this will surely bring great publicity for the industry.

Doyle Brunson said: “We don’t know how things are in your life, but no matter what’s going on, this planet has got us beat. We’ve made it sick, and it, in turn, is sick and tired of us. We have the floods, fires, droughts, heat waves, melting ice caps, and endangered or extinct species to prove it.” This is your chance to give something back to the community. Whether you are a fan of online casino gambling, a fan of poker, or just a resident of planet Earth – keep your eyes and ears open and go watch the documentary when it becomes available. It’s the least any of us can do to help raise the attention of the public to the issue of global warming.

OCA News Editor

With a background in game development spanning 8 years, Sam Peterson is OCA’s leading authority in the world of online gaming. His focuses include new releases and gaming providers.

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