Mac Poker Comes to Full Tilt Poker

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Fulltilt Poker has announced their new native Mac poker software with full features exclusively for Macintosh users.

Mac poker players can now play with the pros at Full Tilt Poker using their newly launched native Mac poker client. (PRWEB) January 16, 2006

Full Tilt Poker’s native Mac poker software is currently in beta testing allowing Mac users to play for real money with a $600 sign up bonus using bonus code “Macintosh”. If players spot any new glitches or bugs at Full Tilt Poker they will get a baseball cap.

Full Tilt Poker says they are one of the first popular online poker rooms to have built a native downloadable Mac poker software. The software does not use Java which most mac poker rooms use. The advantage of a native poker room is that the graphics and accessories can be fully installed unlike Java versions.

Many mac poker players have complained in the past about lack of Mac poker rooms and no real native clients. It seems Full Tilt Poker has taken the plunge into the small market hoping to steal market share from Pacific Poker and which have Java versions for Mac users.

During Beta testing Full Tilt Poker says small glitches and bugs can happen. They urge players to report these bugs to the Full Tilt Poker staff so that they can get the software running smoothly.

Full Tilt’s mac poker software will allow users all the advantages that Windows users have. Mac poker players will have the capability to use the downloadable software, take notes on players, view hand histories, and choose avatars. ( )

About Full Tilt Poker:

Full Tilt Poker was designed by the pros and holds a gaming license from the Kahnawake Gaming Commission. The random number generator meets all requirements ensuring proper gaming.

Full Tilt has a zero tolerance for fraud and collusion and allows only one account per person.

System Requirements for Mac poker include Mac OS 10.3 or later.

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