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Anna 'The Gold Digger' Benson Endorses Golden Spirit

31 January 2006

BELLINGHAM, Washington -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Golden Spirit Gaming Ltd. (OTC BB:GSGL.OB) announces that the company has signed a multi-year agreement with Anna Benson, a World Series of Poker (WSOP) sponsored participant in 2005, to promote, market, and play on the Company's website.

Benson's poker site is available at Benson's site is available at She has had 1.2 million visitors over the last 2 weeks to her website, making her the most downloaded woman on the Internet for the month of January.

Benson was featured on VH1's highest rated show, "The Fabulous Life," and is a regular guest on "The Howard Stern Show." She was also featured in several publications, including FHM, Penthouse, Sports Illustrated, and the New Yorker. Her sharp wit and bold assertions made her a New York Post Page 6 and Daily News favorite. Anna Benson was proclaimed "Baseball's Hottest Wife" by FHM magazine. Ms. Benson is married to famous baseball player Kris Benson.

Benson outlasted more than half the field of experienced poker players after only thirty days of practicing her new favorite card game, Texas Hold'em. WPT Champion Tuan Le acquiesced that, "Anna has a natural instinct for the game; I think she will develop into a great poker player."

Robert Klein, president of the Company states, "Ms. Benson's website,, has an impressive number of viewers to justify an affiliation with her. Her love for the game of poker and natural marketing abilities make her a perfect affiliate to Golden Spirit."

Benson states, "I am very excited about my affiliation with Golden Spirit and look forward to building the brand with the Company."

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