Poker Hits Oklahoma Both in Casinos and on the Internet in a Big Way

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With poker becoming all the rage, itÂ?s easy to see the game is catching on in a big way. People involved in the business are targeting the Midwest, especially the Oklahoma market to expand in 2005. Party Poker is the largest online poker site in the world and has stepped up its efforts to pull Midwest poker players in.

PartyPoker.com, king of all poker sites, has landed in the Midwest. People involved in the gaming business are targeting the region, especially the Oklahoma market, to expand in 2005.

PartyPoker.com is the largest Poker Room in the world, bigger than all competitors combined. With over 70,000 players online at any given time, it means it always has a table to suit your game. PartyPoker.com sees the middle of the US as an amazing new market for Online Poker. To prove this they have scouted the area for a unique offer to attract players. Offering new players $25 free cash, 20% free cash on their first deposit using the bonus code : GOPOKES

After seeing the extensive play at local Indian Casinos, PartyPoker.com realizes the potential for growth. Players like playing Hold’Em, and they like to do it in the comfort of their own homes on their own time. The savings in gas prices alone are worth the minimum buy in at most tables!

PartyPoker.com wants players from the Midwest. And to get their attention it is offering free cash. Real cash that you can use to win money. Try walking in your favorite land based casino and asking them for a free $25 when you sit down. They will look at you like you’re wearing a pink bunny suit.

If you do decide to try your skills online check out PartyPoker.com and use the unique bonus code GOPOKES to get the free money. The code works, we tried it and it is not published all over the web. Obviously Party Poker would rather you sign up without the cash out of their pockets. It’s really amazing the fun you will have going heads up with your aces in front of you.

You can learn and play for free or play for real cash. And we mean serious cash - the daily tournament prizes exceed $2 million. Whether you’re a novice or a champion, pull up a chair, log in and join the party.

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