PokerdogZ.com Backs Poker Pro, Scott Neuman in the World Series of Poker

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PokerdogZ.com expands it's poker player sponsorship program from mainly new players to experienced professional players. Top poker pro player, Scott Neuman is sponsored by PokerdogZ in the Borgata Summer Poker Open AND the World Series of Poker.

New and professional poker players get sponsored at PokerdogZ.com. Hundreds of new poker players are being introduced to the tournament circuit through PokerdogZ rookie sponsorships. Recently PokerdogZ stepped-up their sponsorship program by backing top poker professional, Scott Neuman in the Borgata Summer Poker Open Tournament in Atlantic City. And now they are doing it again! In August, PokerdogZ will sponsor Scott Neuman in the prestigious 37th Annual World Series of Poker. Scott will participate in the 2006 WSOP No Limit Holdem Tournament held at the Harrah’s Rio Suites in Las Vegas, Nevada. Details on Scott’s accomplishments can be read on KickYourAce.com.

PokerdogZ.com is an interesting blend of poker resources, gaming referrals and complimentary rewards. They offer informative “school teacher” type report cards for online poker, casino and gaming websites. In addition, members receive complementary pokerdogz chips for signing up to recommended sites. These chips may be used to play on their “no download required” poker tables or cashed out for a wide variety of items. A fun note is their poker table avatars are all dogs. They range from a hound dog sheriff, hippy yorkie to “Michael Jackson” look alike dog.

When stopping by http://www.PokerdogZ.com there are several favorite resources worth checking out:

1.     Online Poker Freeroll Listings

2.    Land Based Poker Tournament Calendar

3.    Poker Player Sponsorships

4.    Gaming Supplies Deals

5.    Online Gaming Reviews

6.    Free Poker & Prize Catalog

PokerdogZ has many other resources not mentioned. Their motto is a solid fit, “PokerdogZ.com is a Poker Player’s Best Friend.”

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