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  • Bet365 Poker Announces New Software Upgrades

    Monday, January 11th, 2010 by t2admin

As the New Year is getting into full swing, online poker rooms and casinos are making changes to better the gaming experience for their players. Every year new software and technology comes out and the top gaming rooms must continue to update to keep up with the ebb and flow of the industry. The latest online poker room to announce upgrades is Bet365 Poker.
Bet365 Poker recently announced they are launching a new version of their poker software. The new upgrade will make Bet365 Poker one of the first iPoker rooms to have Seat Selection, Razz and Resizable Tables.

Player feedback helped create the new software and it will introduce many new features that are designed to enhance game play. The graphics will be improved greatly while the new version will also have an increase in game speed.

A new favorites system has been added as well that allows players to find their tables quickly, which every player should appreciate. The game of Razz has been added as well as seat selection. Resizable tables have been added as well to the poker room.

“The new features are excellent and will put bet365 firmly in front of the competition. We have listened to our customers and produced software of the highest standard creating an interface to compliment the superb liquidity on the iPoker network and bet365’s unsurpassed customer service,” commented Steve Ibberson, the managing director of gaming at Bet365.

Bet365 Poker will be celebrating the launch of the new software by offering their players four free to enter tournaments. Each tournament will pay out $1000 and will run at the same time. This way, players will be able to test out the resizable tables by downloading the software and registering for the tournaments.

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