ClickTech Inc. Launches New Poker Ranking Website TexasRankem.com

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TexasRankem provides online statistics, rankings, and scheduling for home Texas Hold'em poker tournaments.

With the worldwide poker-playing community estimated at nearly 100 million people and growing, ClickTech, Incorporated is excited to announce the launch of a new website, TexasRankem.com. TexasRankem provides online statistics, rankings, and scheduling for home Texas Hold'em poker tournaments.

According to Daniel P. Adams of ClickTech, "Regular players of Texas Hold’em poker will immediately enjoy the added dimension that TexasRankem provides."

"It really is quite an application," Adams continued. "It includes a Player Points System, Power Rankings, a Tournament Scheduler, Tournament Tracking, Player Averages and more. It even includes a 'Player Nemesis' feature - it will tell you exactly who has finished in higher position than you the most often in the tournaments you've played together."

"As the worldwide poker phenomenon grows, we will continue to look for new ways to add excitement to the game," Adams said with a smile. "After all, we are poker players too."

During its introductory period, TexasRankem is offering an annual subscription at an introductory price of $14.95

About ClickTech

ClickTech, and its sub-division AtomicHost, have been providing Website Hosting, Software and Consulting services to small businesses for more than 10 years. Today there are more than 2,000 customers using AtomicHost & ClickTech products in more than 45 countries around the world.

For more information, about TexasRankem, visit http://www.texasrankem.com

For more information, about ClickTech, AtomicHost, and its products and services, you may visit their web sites at http://www.clicktech.com or http://www.atomichost.com You can also contact the main office directly by phone at 1-508-497-9204, by fax at 1-508-302-6484 or by email at leo@clicktech.com.

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