Not for nothing is a poker face the mark of a good card player, bluffing his(or her) way to a win at cards. So tennis superstar Rafael Nadal , playing the part of a receptionist at a golf course in Majorca, was required to keep a straight face as he insisted to arriving guests that he was"Tony" and not a famous tennis player . He was supposedly brushing up on his "bluffing" skills.
How did he do? Judge for yourself in this short film for PokerStars from McCann Erickson Barcelona. Nadal has a sponsorship agreement with the online gaming site.
PokerStars is the largest online poker cardroom in the world, with nearly 50 million registered players. Based in the Isle of Man, PokerStars purchased its former competitor, Full Tilt Poker this summer in a deal worth $731 million. It's own value has been estimated at $2 billion. American still can't, however, play a "real money" game, having to content themselves with make-believe game .