(PRWEB) September 21, 2005
San Jose, Costa Rica Sept. 21, 2005 Â The Âdot netÂ poker sites are where rookies learn to play poker with fake money. However, one poker site is staking new players with real money to learn in a more real environment.
Fake money playing won't simulate the pressure of a real money game. Igotpoker.com is creating that environment by actually placing $1 in real money into all accounts without asking the player to deposit.
ÂThe best way for a rookie to improve is to play for real money without paying a penalty for the usual rookie mistakes,Â says Brad Mitchell, President of IGOT Gaming Group. ÂWe're letting players learn with real money they can withdraw, which creates a more realistic poker playing sensation.Â
Television and magazine ads are pushing Âdot netÂ poker instructional sites at a staggering pace. This approach to teaching the game is not as realistic as it should be. To truly simulate a real money playing environment, the player needs to feel the nervousness of having real money at stake. This finally has been provided to players at igotpoker.com, and it seems to be rattling the online poker industry.
For additional information on this new approach to poker instruction, or to try it yourself, visit http://www.igotpoker.com
About IGOT Gaming Group:
10 years experience in the online gaming industry, IGotGaming is a full gaming portal for poker, skills, sports, and casino.
Kyle Gabriel, Director of Operations