San Jose, Costa Rica (PRWEB) February 12, 2009
New website, MacPoker.com, was recently launched to bring readers groundbreaking headlines from across the industry. From the latest news on Apple to online poker rooms debuting Mac compatible software, the team of expert writers at MacPoker.com bring unparalleled experience to the table. From articles covering how to install Boot Camp and Parallels to a complete analysis of the differences between the two, Mac poker enthusiasts will be treated to new content every time they visit the site.
MacPoker.com also includes full reviews of Mac online poker sites, including Full Tilt Poker, PartyPoker, and PokerStars. The former two rooms offer fully downloadable versions for Mac players, who can compete with all of the features that their Windows counterparts have access to. Many Mac players have taken to the felts during the ongoing Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS), which features a $535 buy-in Main Event with at least $2.5 million in the prize pool. PartyPoker offers an Instant Play version that launches in a web browser and uses Java technology. Up to four tables can be opened at a time on the site, which does not accept players from the United States. Each site review includes an overview of its major tournaments, cash games, traffic, and promotions as well as a link to sign up. Each review is written by an experienced member of the online poker community.
Current feature articles on MacPoker.com include an exclusive interview with Poker Copilot developer Steve McLeod. Poker Copilot is one of the few tracking and analysis programs that is Mac compatible without having to use Parallels or Boot Camp. In addition, an in-depth look at the recent change to the pricing structure of iTunes can be found on the front page of MacPoker.com. Also featured is an overview of how to screen record on a Mac using Snapz Pro X, Screen Movie Recorder 3.1, and MacVCR v2.
MacPoker.com also recognizes that some online poker sites require Windows environments in order to operate properly. Therefore, its Mac poker experts have authored instructional guides on how to install Boot Camp and Parallels. In addition, an article comparing and contrasting the two popular programs can be found. Mac enthusiasts can find suggestions for poker-related Desktop Widgets as well as accessories that are invaluable to any Mac poker player, including external hard drives, gaming mice, sleek keyboards, and two-sided mouse pads.
Make MacPoker.com your one stop shop for the latest news and events from across the industry, geared specifically for online poker players who use Apple's computing system. Be sure to check back for player interviews and additional Mac poker rooms as they are added.