A US doctor is offering players the chance to get the perfect poker face with Botox injections.
Jack Berdy, based in New York, is giving those looking to hide their emotions at the table the chance to do so with the treatment, which he has branded 'PokerTox'.
Costing between $600 -800 (£375-500) a time, the PokerTox could be the perfect tonic for those Aussie players needing a boost to their game.
"Very few people can maintain a real poker face - they have some 'tells' or some expression that gives away whether they have a good or bad hand to an opponent, " Dr Berdy said.
"Some players look at their cards and might raise their eyebrows if they do or don't like what they see while others may squint."
The practitioner also claimed that players will have a relaxed and natural appearance within a few days of the injection, to ensure that they can clean up at the tables.