With qualifiers for the 2006 WSOP starting soon the timing couldn’t be better – Whichpoker’s RSS feeds can send players updates for every upcoming WSOP qualifier onto their homepage
(PRWEB) December 9, 2005
Poker players can now receive information about upcoming poker tournaments sent to their homepage – allowing them to pick and choose tournaments from all the top online poker rooms. Whichpoker.com, the Internet’s leading poker information and statistics providers, can send up-to-the-minute tournament information via RSS feeds for all the top online poker rooms to AOL, MSN or Yahoo homepages.
The RSS feeds, which are free, mean players don’t have to scour the many poker rooms to find out when the next specific tournament is due. So, for example, if someone just wants to play freeroll tournaments they can set up an RSS feed that will notify them of all and only upcoming freeroll tournaments on the Internets biggest poker rooms.
“RSS feeds make it easy for players to find tournaments to suit them – we save players from having to trawl through every poker site by doing it for them,” said Graham Edmond of Whichpoker.com. “With qualifiers for the 2006 WSOP starting soon the timing couldn’t be better – Whichpoker’s RSS feeds can send players updates for every upcoming WSOP qualifier onto their homepage,” he added.
With feeds for Party Poker, Poker Stars, Poker Room, InterPoker, Paradise Poker, Pacific Poker, Empire Poker, Ladbrokes Poker, Golden Palace and Gaming Club available from Whichpoker.com there is an endless stream of tournaments to choose from - you could even play nothing but freerolls and qualifiers all day.
Whichpoker.com supplies RSS feeds for Satellite Tournaments, WSOP qualifiers, Guaranteed Pot Tournaments, Guaranteed Tournaments, Texas Holdem Tournaments, Omaha Hi Lo Tournaments, Omaha Tournaments, and 7 Card Stud Tournaments.
Setting up an RSS feed is child’s play: simply go to Whichpoker.com and click on ‘Freeroll’ in the task bar, then just click on ‘My Aol’, ‘My MSN’ or ‘My Yahoo’. Otherwise you can set it up in the usual way from your homepage.
Whichpoker.com also provides figures and reviews for all the world’s largest poker rooms and is a respected source of accurate poker information. At any moment the site provides data for the number of real-money players on each online poker room, detailing what games are being played and where (for both tournaments and cash games).