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Oklahoma Vice: Why did Christina Fallin drop poker venture?

Entrepreneur Fred Khalilian attends an Oklahoma City Thunder game with Christina and Price Fallin [Photo provided]
Entrepreneur Fred Khalilian attends an Oklahoma City Thunder game with Christina and Price Fallin [Photo provided]

 

One of the lingering questions for me in the PokerTribe.com saga is why Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin's daughter, Christina Fallin parted ways with the online gaming venture. 

Christina joined with Pokertribe.com developer Universal Entertainment Group in 2016, and was named as a publicist for the company in press releases. 

Her Universal Entertainment Group email account has since been deactivated and the company recently told me she is no longer involved in the project. PokerTribe.com has pushed back its launch date several times, but hopes to obtain a gaming license from the Isle of Man in the British Isles this summer. 

Christina appears to to be taking appointments at her permanent makeup practice again. The website was recently updated  with the message: "Book now to be ready for Summer 2017!"

I've tried contacting Christina at her permanent makeup practice, but my call was not returned.  

Call me, Christina!

 

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Entrepreneur Fred Khalilian attends an Oklahoma City Thunder game with Christina and Price Fallin [Photo provided]

Entrepreneur Fred Khalilian attends an Oklahoma City Thunder game with Christina and Price Fallin [Photo provided]

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Brianna Bailey

Brianna Bailey joined The Oklahoman in January 2013 as a business writer. During her time at The Oklahoman, she has walked across Oklahoma City twice, once north-to-south down Western Avenue, and once east-to-west, tracing the old U.S. Route 66.... Read more ›

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