Each summer, actors and athletes who are stars in their own right compete alongside professional gamblers and wannabes for the world’s biggest poker prize.
Glenn Panitz fell into baking when he started bringing desserts to his monthly poker game. He now has a flagship store, Xtreme Desserts, in Studio City.
Tobey Maguire has decided to fold ‘em and settle a lawsuit over his winnings from a convicted con man during high-stakes Hollywood poker games.
Major League Baseball plans to interview Alex Rodriguez as it investigates allegations the New York Yankees star took part in illegal celebrity poker games.
Tobey Maguire didn’t just win $300,000 from a man convicted of running a Ponzi scheme — the actor’s attorney notes he also lost $168,500 to the convicted con man.
Tobey Maguire and other celebrities are facing several lawsuits seeking to reclaim more than $4 million won during unlicensed poker matches at upscale Beverly Hills hotels.