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    Wednesday, September 9th, 2009 by t2admin

Apple users can now rejoice as UltimateBet has released Mac software that Apple users will now be able to enjoy. The online poker room recently announced the addition of the Mac software and Mac users will now be able to enjoy the features and functions that PC users have had access to at UltimateBet.

UltimateBet made the upgrade for Macs and is offers users complete compatibility for the current client. The new upgrade is not browser-based and it allows Mac users to participate in satellites, single table tournaments, full ring games, multi-table tournaments and blackjack.

Tokwiro CEO Paul Legget commented: “our company strives to make our poker room accessible to as many people as possible and we recognize that Apple computers have a growing market share in the personal computing industry. In response to this trend we have developed an all-new downloadable poker application specifically for the Mac operating system.”
UltimateBet also added new No-Download Poker Games options which can be used by PC or Mac users on any internet browser. This is a great option for those who do not want to download software just to play a game of cards.

On an interesting side note, Anthrax Guitarist Scott Ian, a sponsored UltimateBet Player, also commented on the new Mac software. Ian commented that he received the news a few weeks back that UltimateBet was ready for beta testing on the Mac. He said he immediately downloaded the application and was playing in no time.
Ian commented: “I’m a Mac nerd and most of my buddies also swear by Apple Mac; it’s been a constant frustration trying to get them to buy virtual windows programs so they can play on UB. Well, no more virtual anything. It’s UB Mac and it’s kicking a**.”

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