Mac Compatible Online Poker

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In the expansion of Mac compatible online poker sites at CompatiblePoker.com, Party Poker has been added to the Mac poker lists.

In the current rage of Mac compatible poker software, Party Poker has joined the scene. Compatiblepoker (http://www.compatiblepoker.com) has focused on Party Poker’s Mac poker room and done reviews of the Mac compatible Java software.

Party Poker is in its simplest forms and is yet to offer real money games to Mac poker players. Real money games continue to take place at Pacific Poker (http://www.PacificPoker-Mac.com) where players get the no BS 25 percent, up to $100, bonus.

CompatiblePoker.com quotes they are proud to show off Party Poker in the coming months. The Java program is not yet listed on Party Poker.com but can be found in the Party Poker review at http://www.Compatiblepoker.com. CompatiblePoker says they are one of the only sites out there that has the exclusive sneak peak of the software with the direct Java link.

The Mac poker site expresses they also have something in store for bonus hunters. In the up coming months, a new project will be launched by CompatiblePoker. The project has yet to be released to the public and full details are still being worked out.

Other Mac compatible poker rooms to come to the market potentially include Absolute Poker but this is only a rumor.

Some have also been rumoring about Party Poker coming out with a native Mac client. The Java version which is out now will run on Macs but is not a natively Mac compatible download version.

Mac compatible online poker may become less appealing in the future if compatibility issues with Macs resolve. New windows compatible software is being built on a daily basis which could make the desire for Mac compatible online poker rooms obsolete says http://www.CompatiblePoker.com.

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Roger Shriver

http://www.Compatiblepoker.com
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