Frank Miller, a Seasoned Poker Pro, Launches “The Online Poker Starting Guide.”

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Frank Miller, a seasoned Professional Poker Player, launches Â?The Online Poker Starting GuideÂ?, an eBook geared towards the poker amateur wanting to step in the online world and play poker on the internet.

Launched at, The Online Poker Starting Guide is a new ebook geared towards poker fans wanting to make the transition from kitchen table poker to online poker. Written by Frank Miller, a seasoned Professional Poker Player, it will guide you on setting up an account, where to play, tips to play better and a lot more.

Frank Miller has been a professional poker player for the past 3 years. Over the course of these years, he has earned more than $100,000 playing poker on the internet. He was once an amateur player like everyone else. Using the available tools you can find on the Internet, most of them free, he became one of the toughest players online, and currently earn several hundred dollars an hour playing online.

Also provided in this ebook are a whole bunch of bonuses and promotions that could earn the reader several hundred dollars in extra cash in their online player’s account. They are really worth it.

Poker is a wonderful game. It is a mix of courage, psychology, science and luck: every ingredient needed to make it a great challenge. What differentiates poker from other great strategy games such as Chess, Backgammon or Bridge is it’s simplicity to learn. Once you get that an ace beats a king, and that a flush beats a straight, you’ve got pretty much everything covered. There are some other rules, of course, but they are not going to prevent you from sitting down at a poker table and having some fun. And fun is what it’s all about! Poker, however, behind that smoke screen, is a very complex game, which needs years of playing to master.

Frank Miller’s The Online Poker Starting Guide is currently available at, and is a must for any poker fan wanting to play poker online.

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