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Internet Poker
by Lou Krieger
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Playing Internet poker in real time against real opponents has become a popular pasttime. Whether for play money or real money, the game offers an environment of virtual tables, player icons, specialized computer alogorighms that randomly shuffle the cards so it seems as if you are in a real poker room. It's a world where you can find a game day or night, but it's poker with a dofference. This book tackles the differences between live action and Internet action and includes a CD with poker software plus 125 interactive hands to help prepare you for plaing Internet games.
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Borgata Poker Open Sees Lower Buy-Ins

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey -- As reported by The Press of Atlantic City: "The grim economy would seem to make the timing bad for a major poker tournament in this struggling casino market.

"However,The Borgata Poker Open
The Borgata Poker Open
  the WPT Borgata Poker Open Championship has been a success since it started on Sept. 8 with an estimated 15,000 entrants.

"The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa's signature poker tournament concludes with a televised final table of the main event Thursday.

"...A key to the event's success has been the lower buy-in for the no-limit Texas Hold 'em main event, which started Saturday.

"The Open drew 1,018 players for the $3,500 event ($3,300 goes into the prize pool and $200 to the casino).

"The buy-in is significantly lower than it is for most major tournaments around the country..."

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