Opens for Business

Share Article, a poker news website headed by World Champion poker player Brett Jungblut, has opened for business. Featuring news, tournament coverage, and poker-related articles, will be a permanent place for poker enthusiasts to find poker tournament coverage. has now opened for the public. With the help of a World Champion, as well as a lot of up-and-coming poker professionals, will cover the tournament poker circuit all year. Along the way, PokerTrails will feature some of the best poker-related news, articles, gossip, and coverage of online poker on the Internet.

"We plan on covering poker tournaments and everything else about poker in ways people haven't done before," Brett Jungblut, CEO of and said. "We want to be the one-stop on the web for poker information."

Featuring live tournament coverage by Jon Eaton, who recently covered the World Poker Open to rave reviews, PokerTrails will be covering most every major tournament stop this year, including extensive World Series Of Poker Coverage.

In the cards for PokerTrails is also extensive online poker coverage, as well as plans to incorporate the PokerTrails Player Of The Year rankings into the site. The award will be given to the best overall player according to the rankings system being developed.

"The idea is to present the first and only award for the best overall online player," Eaton said. "No one else has a rankings system for it, so we want to be the first to jump into that area."

Within the next few weeks, all of these features along with others will be incorporated into Until then, the site will feature great writing from Eaton, World Series of Poker Atlantic City final-tablist Aaron Bartley, former Super Bowl of Poker winner Art Young, Matt Bruton, Pete Cilento, Jungblut, Jason Bullock, Jake Remely, columnist Rob Jungblut, J.R. Ladson and Thais Sanchez.

Check for more information and updates on the website as they become available.

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