St. Johns, Antigua (PRWEB) February 26, 2009
Bodog is giving online poker players (Mac users included) the chance to play on the virtual felt anytime, anywhere, with its new Instant Play poker client. With absolutely no software to download, all a player needs to instantly access the Bodog Poker Room is a web browser and an Internet connection.
The flash-based poker client currently allows players to play one Texas Hold'em cash game table and features many of the same innovations as the downloadable Bodog Poker client, including a resizable window, a player spotlight that highlights action as it moves around the table, player-to-player chat, game details and other customizable options.
"The new Instant Play option at Bodog is perfect for when I want to play poker on my Mac or play cash games on a friend's computer who may not have the Bodog Poker client installed," says Bodog Poker Pro Evelyn Ng. "You can even snatch a few games at work."
Indeed, the Instant Player version of Bodog Poker gives players total freedom to play when and where they want, whether it's getting in 20 minutes of poker during a break at work, playing a marathon session from a hotel room while on a business trip, or hitting the tables on that shiny new Mac at home.
Players using Instant Play for cash game action also have access to amazing incentives. The "Points to Cash" program lets players accumulate points just for playing - win or lose - that can be cashed in for up to $500 a month. The Royal Flush Bonus awards 50 times the big blind up to $200 if a player takes down a pot holding the king of all poker hands and, conversely, the Bad Beat Bonus awards 100 times the big blind up to $1,000 if that seemingly dominant hand is crushed by one better.
To learn more about Bodog's Instant Play Poker, or to experience it for yourself, visit http://poker.bodoglife.com/features/instant-play.html.
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About Morris Mohawk Gaming Group
Morris Mohawk Gaming Group (MMGG) is located in the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawake just outside Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and is licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission to offer gaming services from Kahnawake to users worldwide. The Antiguan-based Bodog has entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with MMGG to allow this group to use various elements of the Bodog brand within North America to support MMGG's marketing activities. MMGG is led by Olympic Gold medalist, Order of Canada recipient and First Nations' leader Alwyn Morris.
Bodog has its head office, and is licensed in, the Caribbean nation of Antigua. The Bodog group of companies includes an online Sportsbook, Casino, Poker Room and a suite of other world-class gaming products. Bodog does not offer "for money" gaming services in North America. Gaming services offered and operated in North America under the Bodog brand are made available exclusively by Morris Mohawk Gaming Group.
Morris Mohawk Gaming Group