Texas Hold'em Software Teaches Online Players How To Win
December 13, 2005 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) Coral Springs, Florida. Poker Sidekick teaches online poker players how to win. Royal Flush Club has released its latest version of Poker Sidekick, a shareware program that monitors people's online poker game. Millions of people from all walks of life are joining one another on a daily basis to compete and have fun playing Texas Hold'em poker across the Internet. With chat built into these poker sites, online poker has become a popular way for people to socialize, creating online poker communities of people from across the world, spanning all time zones and walks of life. Through the game of poker, a plumber finds himself on a level playing field with surgeons and scientists, for example, removing traditional social barriers.
"Online poker has taken the world by storm. A relatively inexperienced player often finds themselves up against a formidable lineup of experienced players, making it very tough and even embarrassing or discouraging to get started and learn to play the game properly", said Rick Braddy, the developer of Poker Sidekick. "With people taking their poker games more seriously, playing at home, in local clubs, casinos and online, there's a real need to learn quickly as a new player, which is tough and time-consuming to do just from reading a bunch of poker books. Without some help, these new players are virtually swimming with sharks."
Poker Sidekick was developed to assist people playing online poker, by monitoring their actual game and showing the user which poker hand they have, which starting hands to play and which ones to fold, and which hands they could draw and the odds of doing so. It factors all this and more together, then explains what action the player should consider taking, and why. This knowledge helps both online, and when the player engages in regular offline games.
The new version quickly discovers where the player is sitting without any configuration effort, and calculates improved odds that lead to much better recommendations. The scoring calculations are now so much stronger, the consulting advice is that of an intermediate player who wins fairly consistently.
The new version can be downloaded from http://www.poker-sidekick.com/poker-sidekick.html. The upgrade is free for existing customers, and anyone can use it 30 days for free. The new version is also available in a subscription service model with pricing starting at $14.95 for 3 month service, or unlimited use for $59.
Contact Rick Braddy for more information about the upgrade. Direct line: (954) 612-3732 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can be found at: http://www.Poker-Sidekick.com.
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