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  • Cake Poker Now Offering Mobile Version of Poker Software

    Monday, April 27th, 2009 by t2admin

Last week, Cake Poker launched a mobile version of the online poker room software. Cake Poker is only the second online poker room, after Bodog, to offer their services via mobile phone. Customers of Cake Poker will now be able to access the software and play online wherever they have an internet connection.

This truly is a sign of the times as the internet continues to grow at a rapid pace. Poker players will now be able to play their favorite card games while on the go with a small device, such as a mobile phone. This makes it very convenient for players to access their accounts and play poker while they go about their day.

It seemed only natural for the mobile phone to move in the online gaming direction as there are so many applications available for such phones as the iPhone and Blackberry. Online players have wanted this option for some time now and it has now at their disposal.

Cake poker is not the largest online poker room, they currently sit at 10th, but with this new option they are sure to gain many more players. The mobile version of their software is available on the Windows Mobile OS and players must have a 2G, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth or direct connection to a PC to play with the mobile option.

Cake Poker has assured players that the security of the mobile poker software is top notch and players can rest assured that if their phone should become lost or stolen their information cannot be accessed by others. Players will also find the mobile software east to use and with nice features. Lost hands are set to auto-muck and blinds are auto-posted.

Players should also keep in mind the data plan restrictions of their mobile device. Cake Poker does not charge players to play on their mobile software but some phone plans may charge for minutes used and that could place a significant rise on the player’s cell phone bill.

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