Global Poker Index Creates Dating App, Finds Love In The Cards

New app brings sexy time to the top 300.

The Global Poker Index, the company that tracks the top poker players in the world, have created a new dating app that only a FOOL would miss out on. That’s right, here on APRIL 1st, the GPI is helping women and the players in the top GPI 300 go “all-in on love.” Check out what they have to say about it right here:

Top poker pros rake in millions of dollars per year – there’s dozens of “Dan Bilzerian” level playboys in the GPI Top 300 list alone – yet many admit that they don’t readily interact with the opposite sex. Indeed, on average only 3% of the people poker players report meeting in a given year are women – a statistic GPI felt was unacceptable given the fact that legions of women are searching for the perfect poker sugar daddy everyday.

According to their “data” 95% of ALL poker players in their rankings are either single or in an open relationship. They have a lot of other facts and figures to back up their assertion that women and poker players need to find some common ground.

GPI realized that women weren’t only missing at the poker tables – they were missing from many poker players lives as a whole. It’s a major problem, and not something GPI founder Alex Dreyfus has taken lightly while developing a solution, as he explained, “The GPI Matchmaker is the product of two years’ worth of hard work from the GPI team. We’ve traveled to hundreds of tournaments to listen in on players’ conversations and figure out what was missing from their lives. For many the answer was simple. Women. The GPI Matchmaker represents a huge step towards changing this, and creating a better poker world.”

So if you are a lovely lady looking for your Dan Bilzerian, check out the free GPI dating app – available starting TODAYAPRIL 1st. Not likely to be available tomorrow.

[but really, it looks like they spent some real time on this practical joke!]

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