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It's time to get your poker face on, because this Sunday LADbible are hosting an exclusive poker tournament.
In association with online card room partypoker, the event will see a host of celebs feature every week for the next month, kicking off with TV and radio presenter Mark Wright.
If you want to tune in, the tournament will kick off tonight at 7pm. Or those who reckon they're a dab-hand at the card game can actually enter to play.
All you need to do is pay the £5.50 registration fee and you're in with a chance of nabbing the guaranteed prize pool of £5,000.
Those who sign up to the LADbible partypoker tournament can re-enter an additional two times with Late Registration open until 8.30pm tonight (August 30).
What's more, anyone who decides to sign up to partypoker for the first time with a registration fee of £10 or more will be handed a £40 free play bonus when using this link.
Alternatively, you can sign up via the Tourneys section of the partypoker app.
The tournaments are fast-paced, meaning that it won't go on until the early hours of the morning and there'll be updates on Twitter throughout the evening.
And if you're wondering who'll be playing in the coming weeks - aside from Mark Wright, of course - let it be known that we've landed none other than comedy actor Kevin Hart as one of our celebrity players.
He recently spoke about the event on the Jeff Gross Podcast, discussing his time as an avid member of the poker community.
Revealing his moniker to be 'The Mendon Mob', the Hollywood actor revealed that he started by playing small tournaments at the Hustler Casino.
"I realised I could just sit here at this table and have a good time with people that I didn't know, and you get to know" he said.
"It's harmless - you're out of trouble, you're minding your business and your biggest enemy is your own mind and the way that you think and the way that you improve is based off of you."
He added: "Over the course of years I've just grown more in love with it."