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  • 888 Poker Launches New Poker Information Site

    Monday, July 6th, 2009 by t2admin

888 Poker announced recently they have launched a new online website dedicated to online gaming safety. Players can visit 888 Safe and learn more about online gaming safety including safe deposit methods, data security and fair gaming.

Internet Poker players at Pacific Poker as well as online casino players at 888 can access the 888 Safe website to gain access to the behind the scenes action at 888 Poker. The site explains how 888 Poker works and what they are doing to keep their players safe online.

The 888 Safe website has a Fair Gaming section which explains how the online poker room is dedicated to making sure their gaming software is fair and that the people playing at 888 Poker are playing fairly as well. The 888Responsible section tells how the poker room has made it their goal to help their players enjoy gambling as a hobby. It also explains how the site is preventing underage players from participating at their website as well as helping those who may suffer from a gambling addiction.

There is also a Safe Deposits and Data Security section at 888 Safe which explains how the payment and account systems work at 888 Poker. This section tells customers everything they need to know to make sure they are safe when depositing or withdrawing funds as well as information on how 888 Poker maintains safety on all accounts.

The Senior Vice President Regions at the 888 website, Itai Pazner commented: “At 888.com we believe that entertainment and safety come hand in hand. Our players’ welfare has always, and always will, come first.”

888 Safe is a great way for players to be reassured that playing at 888 Poker is a safe and secure environment. Players can take a look at the information themselves and see how the poker room operates and then decide if it is the right place for them.




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