Estrada- A TV chunk is going to host a casino gameshow

Erik Estrada, the 18-19s Television hunk and more than one-time “Sexiest man Alive” cowl boy, is loving his newest role: Casino gameshow host.

But you did not locate him tossing out minutiae questions or pitting circle of relatives against family on the game display community.
He’ll be doing it live at a on line casino close to you, which includes on line casino del Sol, 5655 W. Valencia road, on Sunday, Oct. 1.

Estrada is web hosting “the USA’s finest sport indicates live,” Wherein contestants compete in video games stimulated via the traditional television sport indicates such as “Name That track” and “The Newlywed game”

Contestants are decided on in a drawing from among on line casino regulars who swiped their participant’s playing cards on the on line casino from Aug. 1 to Oct. 1. You don’t need to have a participant’s card or swipe one to attend as a spectator, although, on line casino officers said.

“It’s so much a laugh. You may snicker and giggle, and it’s smooth to win,” Estrada stated from his domestic in California remaining week, then segued to last recreation show pitchman mode.

“People have the possibility to play. All people in the residence will win something, but someone within the residence will get the threat to play for the $100,000 grand prize!” he stated. There is $35,000 in prize money up for grabs on the Casino Del Sol competition.

He’s given away the $100,000 grand prize just as soon as within the 3 years he’s hosted the display at casinos around the USA after taking on for recreation show website hosting legend Bob Barker.

“I really like giving it away. It’s so much a laugh,” stated Estrada, the 68-year antique father of three whose 17-year-vintage daughter nevertheless lives at domestic. “Human beings will have a very good time, that’s for sure.”

All that cash at stake apart, Estrada admits one among his preferred factors of website hosting “the USA’s finest recreation suggests stay” is what happens on degree.

“You by no means know what humans are going to say on stage, and it’s live” said Estrada, who played California highway Patrol motorbike officer Frank “Ponch” Poncherello within the overdue Seventies-early ’80s television series “CHiPs.”