Online poker is a wildly exciting and fun game.
London (PRWEB) July 27, 2006
Tired of standing in the shadows at online poker? More than a poker tutorial, CardsChat.com new poker guide gives you a seat at the table with winning poker information, techniques, and strategies.
The CardsChat Poker Guide, written by Fredrik Paulsson, is the most concise, helpful and one-stop resource for online poker that exists on the Internet. While aimed towards helping the beginner poker player, the CardsChat Poker Guide is filled with tips and strategies that benefit even the most experienced players, designed to help all poker players win more at the table.
The introduction of the CardsChat Poker Guide cuts through some of the confusion new players may have about win ratios. Paulsson suggests that novices should start at the top of the guide and work through to the bottom, from defining, building, and depositing a poker bankroll to the different types of games and tournaments online. The guide ends with information on studying the game of poker and includes several excellent book reviews as well as recommendations for other online poker resources. Finally, the CardsChat Poker Guide is appended with a full poker term glossary, a starting hands chart for the popular “Texas Hold ‘Em”, and a list of poker software tools to enhance every poker player’s skill and playing experience.
As Paulsson says, “Online poker is a wildly exciting and fun game.” Owner Nick Kisberg seems to agree. A long time poker enthusiast, Kisberg believes that everyone who wants to play poker should have an easy way to get a hand in the game.
All information at CardsChat.com is free. In addition to the Online Poker Guide, CardsChat.com offers its members a selection of articles, a poker blog with many strategy related posts, reviews of popular online poker rooms including their sign-up bonuses, and lively forums where members discuss all things poker related from strategy tips to upcoming tournaments.
CardsChat is a community for poker players from all over the world. Established in late 2004 by Nick Kisberg, poker enthusiast and internet entrepreneur, CardsChat supplies its members with regular, professionally written articles and reviews. Additionally the chance to be part of a friendly, supportive and informative community has resulted in increasing interest in the site that now boasts more than 12,000 members. Find detailed information on CardsChat at http://www.cardschat.com.