Brody Jenner Wants to Take Out Eddie Cibrian — in Online Poker (EXCLUSIVE)

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After Eddie Cibrian crashed Brody Jenner‘s car at the Toyota’s Pro/Celebrity Race last month in Long Beach, Calif., the reality star, 28, is ready for a payback.

But instead of hitting the race track again, the entrepreneur wants to take out Cibrian — at the poker tables.

The poker enthusiast, who just launched a new free-to-play online casino for Facebook called RocketFrog, told Celebuzz he hopes LeAnn Rimes‘ husband, 38, will take the challenge.

“He’s a good guy, but he took me out. I was going for victory,” Brody said, in an exclusive interview.

“I’m still a little upset about that,” he said, adding that Eddie would likely “crash and burn” at the poker tables.

Of course, it’s all in good clean fun.

Jenner has taken the poker world by storm playing in various charity poker tournaments and the World Series of Poker. Now he is looking to make a name for himself as a start-up entrepreneur with the launch of RocketFrog, a Vegas-style game on Facebook where users can play such games as poker, blackjack and slots.

With his new online venture, the former Princes of Malibu star hopes the venture will become the largest free-to-play social casino on the web and will ultimately see him follow in Ashton Kutcher‘s foot steps.

The That ’70s Show actor is an avid online entrepreneur, reportedly investing $1 million+ in several startups like Blekko, Optimizely, Flipboard and Nowmov.

The ex-husband of Demi Moore also sits on the board as an advisor for a handful of other companies as well.

“I’ve always been a big fan of Ashton. He has always been one step ahead with online programs,” Jenner said.

“I wanted to do something myself and figured this was one to jump into because I really enjoying playing casino style poker games online… and this game gives people a chance to really win great prizes while playing for free.”