Aussie poker player Justin Smith has been on a mission to make poker a reality for the masses.
Smith has taken to Facebook to post a video of him driving his car around Perth with his wife and a friend, while filming a video that will be shown on Foxton TV.
We’ve been driving from the CBD to the outer suburbs to get to the big cities, and we’ve been doing it for about six weeks, and I know there are some people who are just getting out of bed and going to watch the video online and there’s a couple of people who will have to wait.””
We’re trying to get as many people as possible to go see the video, because I know that it’s something people love to see.”
We’ve been driving from the CBD to the outer suburbs to get to the big cities, and we’ve been doing it for about six weeks, and I know there are some people who are just getting out of bed and going to watch the video online and there’s a couple of people who will have to wait.
“Smith is also taking a bit of a risk by trying to make his video as accessible as possible.
However, he is not entirely certain it will be able to catch on, because the video is a bit rough around the edges.”
It’s probably a bit like a horror movie,” he said.
The video is titled Fat Cats Billiards and it will premiere on Foxxtel this Thursday.
It will be a two-hour marathon of video footage showing Smith, his wife, and their friends playing a range of different poker games from a variety of different games, including Omaha, Blindside, Power Pool, and King of Pot.
If you’d like to watch it yourself, you can sign up to the Foxtels Foxtopia channel on FoXTV.
This is the first of three videos in the Foxtopia series of poker videos, to be shown in the lead up to Sunday’s live event.
In a follow-up video, Smith said the video would be a bit more polished and edited for Foxtv, but the content would be the same.
A couple of weeks ago, Smith also shared another video of himself in a sports car, and asked viewers to “check out my car, it’s awesome.”