Posts Tagged ‘iPoker’

Titan Poker Bonus Code Rewards Players with Freerolls and Cash

by , Mar 21, 2012 | 4:25 am

Many poker players are already familiar with Titan Poker, the leading online poker destination in Europe and flagship room on the iPoker Network. But a little known fact is that using a  Titan Poker bonus code upon registering an account at the site gives new players added benefits.

All first time depositors at Titan Poker are rewarded with a generous 200% up to $2,000 First Deposit Bonus, which is redeemed into cash as a player plays cash games and tournaments. The redemption rate is said to be the best in the industry, and regulars at the tables have no problems redeeming their bonus in a very short time.

First time depositors receive entries to $10,000 worth of exclusive freeroll tournaments, and are offered special beginners promotions and competitions. This gives newcomers a chance to fully experience the newly upgraded Titan Poker software, the redesigned lobby and the realistic game play, all at minimum expense and with the added advantage of competing for free cash prizes at the same time.

So, what are the benefits of using a Titan Poker bonus code upon sign up? Using a Titan Poker bonus code gives a new player all the above mentioned benefits and more. A $20 cash bonus is available to newcomers making a minimum $20 deposit. This cash bonus is given to eligible players who contact Titan Poker’s professional and friendly customer support team, although some terms and conditions apply.

In addition, new players who signed up using a Titan Poker bonus code are granted free entries to three other invitation-only freeroll tournaments, each of which offers either cash as prizes or entries to even bigger guaranteed prize tournaments.

Online poker players will be thrilled to try out the software and poker action at Titan Poker, with the knowledge that Titan Poker is a secure and recommended online poker room.

The Harry Reid Online Poker Bill, according to Harry Reid

or … the Internet Gambling Prohibition, Poker Consumer Protection and Strengthening UIGEA Act of 2010

by , Dec 10, 2010 | 3:36 am

From the office of my favorite most powerful* Nevada senator re-elected in 2010 … you know, the guy I voted for, not because we had any sorta official quid pro quo but more as a show of “good faith” from yours truly and … ending lame duck speculation and negotiation?

* UPDATE: And handsome

Washington, DC – Nevada Senator Harry Reid [yesterday] made the following statement on the online poker bill he is working to pass.

“The online poker bill I am working on is good for the country and for Nevada. Under the status quo, Internet poker is played by millions of Americans every day in an essentially unregulated environment, meaning no protections for minors, no respect for State law, no assurance that games are fair and honest, and no one to turn to if you’re defrauded. Additionally, neither federal nor State governments collect a dime of revenue from this multibillion dollar Internet poker industry.

“The legislation I am working on would get our collective heads out of the sand and create a strict regulatory environment to protect U.S. consumers, prevent underage gambling, and respect the decisions of States that don’t allow gambling. Experienced regulators already trusted by millions of Americans will maintain oversight and reputable operators with proven track records will provide a secure gaming environment for Americans. Finally, the revenue and jobs from this multibillion dollar industry will stay where it belongs – here in America.

“I still have serious concerns about legalizing the broad range of casino-type gambling through the Internet. The bill I am working on would make all other types of Internet gambling clearly illegal, while increasing penalties and strengthening the ability of law enforcement to shut down illegal sites.”

Following is summary of the online poker bill:


Conservatives Beginning to Embrace iPoker?

Tea Partiers, too, should see an obvious play

by , Dec 9, 2010 | 11:12 pm

With clocks ticking and windows closing, the Ds are fighting over how far to the center they can be pulled, the Rs over how tough-guy they should be, and poker players have turned screaming pissy because Harry Reid’s online poker bill doesn’t say anything about 4 color decks nor include a provision to declare the Durrrr challenge a federal holiday.

That’s what they’ve been arguing about in Capitol Hill, Twitter, and 2+2, right?

One can only hope the most compelling arguments on behalf of federally regulated and legally mainstreamed online poker aren’t getting lost in the political muck. Fortunately, the simple matter at hand got spelled out super-clearly in Forbes magazine today by Michelle Minton, a political independent capable of speaking to a conservative audience:

Legalizing Online Gambling Is A No-Brainer
Here’s change both political parties can believe in