Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 10, 2005
PokerNewsWeb.com, a leading internet poker news site, is pleased to announce that we have teamed up with NoblePoker.com to offer a fully functional version of "DD Poker 2006" FREE to poker players. The offer is a limited one-time player reward for opening a new account and making an initial deposit at Noble Poker, http://www.pokernewsweb.com/featured.htm "This is an opportunity for online poker players to get a free copy of the newly released "DD Poker 2006" Tournament Poker software, and open a new account at Noble Poker, which may have one of the most realistic poker experiences online today with their 3D poker software", said Kurt Stine, publisher of Poker News Web.
For opening a minimum initial deposit account with Noble Poker at PokerNewsWeb.com, Poker News Web will send depositors a free copy of the latest version of "DD Poker 2006" Tournament Poker, released August 5th. "The DD Poker 2006 Tournament Poker software is a valuable tool for developing the strategy and discipline to do well in real tournaments, no matter what level you play poker at, by giving you a hand-by-hand analysis of every check, bet, and raise." Mr. Stine went on to say, "Plus, Noble Poker has just announced the first ever $1 million Sit'n'Go tournament giveaway, and players get a 100% match bonus on their first deposit. This offer is, in my opinion, better than pocket aces."
For complete details on this offer, which will run from August 10th through August 15th, go to http://www.pokernewsweb.com/featured.htm
If players have any questions about the offer after reading this page, they may contact Stine via the contact link on http://www.pokernewsweb.com.
In addition to Poker News Web, Mr. Stine publishes http://www.gaminginvesting.com which features Poker, Horse Racing, and Casino gaming company news & articles. This enables investors to read about the latest Skill Games, Sportsbook, and Poker software available in the industry, and helps them to make well informed decisions about investing in gaming companies.