London, UK (PRWEB) October 15, 2008
Online poker website FreerollPoker.co.uk is set to start delivering email alerts about upcoming freeroll poker tournaments to its subscribers. However, unlike most websites of this nature, FreerollPoker.co.uk will offer tournaments that can not be found anywhere else on the Web.
Freeroll poker tournaments are regularly organised by online poker rooms as way of getting players comfortable with playing tournament poker online. They have become increasingly popular, as players look to fine tune their tournament play, without having to outlay entry fees. Freerolls have historically been advertised through "freeroll websites" that use feeds from the poker sites to list all the upcoming events.
David Carlyle, creator of FreerollPoker.co.uk, believes that the current method of promoting freeroll invitations is causing them to slowly lose their appeal, especially to new and novice players.
Mr Carlyle said, "The mass promotion of freerolls through multiple websites has made it difficult to get a seat at these tournaments. They can also be targeted by professional players, looking to make some quick cash, with no risk."
"We want to make freeroll poker tournaments more accessible to our subscribers, with greater pots and more chances of winning."
"FreerollPoker.co.uk has forged alliances with several top poker rooms such as Betfred, Paddy Power and William Hill, who host regular freerolls for selected players. We will be able to offer our subscribers the opportunity to play in many of these tournaments, which is really exciting for us."
Poker fans can subscribe to these email alerts by visiting FreerollPoker.co.uk and completing the submission on the homepage. There is no charge for joining the service and the alerts are delivered straight to your inbox.
"The simplicity of our service will allow us to build a strong community of players, who love to play tournament poker," said Mr Carlyle.
"For players wanting to keep informed of freeroll poker tournaments they should visit FreerollPoker.co.uk today and register for our email alerts. We run a zero tolerance policy on spam, so the only emails they will get is the tournament information they requested," he added.