Domain for Sale for $20 Million

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One of the biggest jokes in terms of domain name businesses: Who goes to that site?  Well now it is selling for $20 million.  Any takers? reiterated our sentiment:

Haven’t you heard, poker is dead, but the team at didn;t get the memo because they’re trying to sell the domain name for $20m and change.

Sure it’s a nice domain but what has anyone done with it in terms of search rankings, etc?

I just Googled it to see if someone has bought it, and lo and behold, a crappy looking affiliate site called has acquired it. So, if you enter into Google you end up on their site, and I think that’s smart business when you consider that I am someone who writes about poker.

I wish I was smart like that.

Take the people who bought for example. Check it out, it’s another dry and barren affiliate site that does nothing. But don’t let the mess fool you. According to a variety of gambling media sources, the domain name is up for sale, and the pricetag is $20m. If it sells it will make it the fourth most expensive domain sale in history.

- Aaron Goldstein,

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