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MYRTLE BEACH, SC, February 26, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- PokerNews.com has released new content pages to further enhance user experience and search presence. PokerNews.com was already the premier site for poker news on the web, and they have been expanding their offerings even further to give more poker players relevant, targeted information. As more and more poker sites have exited the US market, players are searching for poker sites that accept US players, and PokerNews.com has developed a top list for the best US poker rooms. In addition to the US poker page, PokerNews has also added more bonuses for the top online poker rooms and they have added a list of the top no download poker sites.
Many sites such as Party Poker and Everest Poker have exited the US market over the last few years, and this exodus from the US market has left many players looking for a new online poker site. Because of this, PokerNews has developed a list of poker rooms that are still accepting players from the US. The two largest poker rooms in the world, PokerStars and Full Tilt, are still accepting players from the United States. PokerNews readers can get a bonus of up to $600 at both sites, and can also enter into exclusive freeroll tournaments that are only available to players who have signed up through PokerNews.com. New players to PokerStars can enter the marketing code POKERNEWS when creating an account in order to have access to the PokerNews freerolls, and new players to Full Tilt Poker can use the referral code PNEWS600 to have access to the PokerNews freerolls that are held at Full Tilt. In addition to PokerStars and Full Tilt, there are some other top poker rooms that are still accepting players from the United States. US players can play poker at UB.com, Absolute Poker, Bodog Poker, or Sportsbook.com. Both Bodog and Sportsbook offer an all in one gaming solution, meaning that they have a full casino and sports facility that operates under a shared wallet system.
PokerNews has always been one of the premier destinations for players looking for bonuses from the top online poker rooms. The team at PokerNews is constantly working with new and established rooms to provide better bonuses and more freeroll tournaments to players. One of the better new bonuses offered by PokerNews is the 200% up to $1000 bonus offer at Lock Poker. For every $1 that is deposited, Lock Poker will credit every new player with an additional $2 in bonus money. New players can deposit $500 in order to get the maximum $1000 bonus from Lock Poker, and to also receive access to any PokerNews freerolls that are held at Lock Poker. Players can use the bonus code PNEWS1000 to claim this exciting bonus offer from Lock Poker. Another one of the biggest poker bonuses available to new players is the bonus at Bodog Poker, which is a 110% match bonus up to $1100. 10% of this bonus is credited instantly to a player's poker account, with the additional 100% bonus credited as the player participates in more poker games at Bodog.
No download poker, commonly known as instant play poker, has become very popular over the last couple of years. Players love the instant play poker games because they don't require any sort of download, as they are typically run via Flash or Java. This is convenient as many people simply prefer not to download any additional software to their computers. There are less security concerns without a download, and many people don't want a poker client downloaded on their computer for friends and family to see. Some of the best sites offering instant play poker are Absolute Poker, Party Poker, and UB Poker. The bonuses available at UB and Absolute Poker are both $1200, and the bonus available at Party Poker is $50 free with no deposit required. See the PokerNews website for full details of these bonuses.
www.PokerNews.com is still the go to destination for live tournament coverage, poker interviews and videos, and poker staking via the ChipMeUp system. The new PokerNews strategy section has been effective on helping to train both experienced players and newcomers alike. There are many exciting things going on at PokerNews on a daily basis, and as the site continues to grow readers can expect even better things from PokerNews.com.
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