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Online Poker Site Introduces WebCam Poker

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Published on:
May/02/2011
WebCam Poker

Beginning May 3, online poker players, including those based in the US, will be able to see who they’re raising and stare down anyone who puts them all-in while playing real money cash games online. By introducing WebCam Poker, Pokerview.com (http://www.pokerview.com ) is gearing up to forever remove the drawback of not being able to see  the players you’re up against.


Online poker is a social game and playing against a picture of someone’s cat is not particularly engaging. Anonymous avatars rob the game of some of its strategic depth and sense of fairness.

On Pokerview, a site fully licensed and regulated, players face off on tables where they are represented by webcams. All tables are monitored to ensure that players remain visible throughout game play. For players who don’t have access to a web camera, Pokerview offers one for free, along with a 100% matching bonus of up to $600 to all depositing players. For players who don’t yet feel up to playing face-to-face with their opponents, standard avatar tables are also available.

Pokerview has been developing its WebCam Poker technology in the hope of satisfying a growing population of online poker players that are seeking a more stimulating and social gaming experience.

Michael Dunsberg, marketing director of PokerView.com stated:“Players are knocking on our doors eager to experience the ability to play live poker online. Beating the game is just so much more exiting when you have faces to go with the players.”

Get ready to stare down your opponent and take your online poker experience to the next level.  Bring your poker face and prepare to show the world what you’ve got – face to face - on Pokerview.com.(http://www.pokerview.com/)

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