Chili Poker Moves Into US Market

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Sep/29/2011
Chili Poker

Chili Poker is the latest European-based online poker site to delve into the US market.

No, they won’t be offering real cash poker.  Chili will be opening a free to play social networking online poker venture.

Players will be able to utilize a virtual currency system.

Obviously, Chili Poker is positioning itself to gain a solid foothold in the US market should the activity become legal at the federal level as it applies to real cash play.

Chili operates its own propriety online poker platform. 

Chiligaming Director – Rohin Malhotra said – “This new platform is technically the most advanced on the market today“.

The Chilipoker.com website was launched in November 2006 by a French entrepreneur, Alexandre Dreyfus, in order to provide a new and safe gaming experience to the poker world.

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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