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New Online Poker Network Loves US Players: Joins Gambling911 Family

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/28/2011
Online Poker US Players

BetOnline.com Poker has joined the Gambling911.com family and they welcome US players.

“We’ve known the folks behind BetOnLine.com since their inception back in 2000 when they were just a small horse back, then called Best Lines Sports,” noted Chris Costigan, Publisher of the Gambling911.com site.

BetOnline.com has made it no secret they are looking to take full advantage of a void left behind by other online gambling websites that have left the US market over the summer.

Besides their incredible cash games action and hourly freerolls, BetOnline Poker has guaranteed events and special tournaments – EVERY DAY.

Over $150K in Guaranteed Tournaments!  25 percent in free play bonuses and be sure to check out the hit and run free rolls.

Presently much of BetOnline Poker’s player base is made up of long time sports bettors, however, Gambling911.com has received quite a bit of search inquires for BetOnline Poker via the major search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo. 

BetOnline has one of the largest selections of deposit options in the industry, all of them 100% secure and reliable.  These include Visa, Prepaid Cards, Person to Person Transfers and Visa via Person to Person Transfers.  Money order, bank order, Neteller and Moneybookers are also available.  Not all methods available for US players, however. 

A 10K Guaranteed Poker Tournament will be held on July 30.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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