The World Series of Poker isn't just for civilians. Several celebrities -- from the A-list to the D-list -- were among the 8,000 participants in this year's event, which kicked off last Friday at the Rio in Las Vegas. Spider-Man himself, Tobey Maguire, had no problem coughing up the $10,000 entry fee.
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Shannon Elizabeth is a serious poker player, but she'll always be known for her role in 'American Pie.'
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Ron Jeremy appeared on 'The Surreal Life 2.' We also hear he's some sort of film star.
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Jennifer Tilly, who has appeared in such films as 'Bound' and 'Liar, Liar,' was the 2005 Ladies World Series of Poker champion.
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Model and actress Joanna Krupa, who has appeared in FHM, Maxim and Playboy and in 'Scary Movie 4,' couldn't take her eyes off the cards.
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Spider-Man wasn't the only superhero in the house. Dean Cain, who played Superman on the small screen, entered the event.
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Would you really want to get caught bluffing former heavyweight boxing champion Lennox Lewis?
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Actor Norm MacDonald was one of the few poker players who eschewed the white iPod earbuds.
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Something tells us 'ER' and '8 Mile' star Mekhi Phifer didn't have a good hand.
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'Everybody Loves Raymond' funnyman Brad Garrett was thrilled when Phil Hellmuth, who's won 10 WSOP bracelets, was eliminated on the second day of the first round of the tournament.
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Dax Shepard appeared on the MTV hit 'Punk'd.' Something tells us this isn't a guy you'd want at your table if you're into reading poker faces.
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