Online Gambling Ban Spurs a New Kind of Poker Website

Nov. 14, 2006 – Coral Springs, FL, November 03, 2006 —, a popular online poker website, offers a new way to allow players to still win money while playing No-Limit Texas Hold ‘Em while complying with the ‘Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act’.

President Bush signed the ‘Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act’ into law on October 13, 2006, that prevents Americans from playing cash poker online. While this caused a big uproar to the community of online gamblers and over 2000 Internet sites – the venues are hard at work trying to reinvent their business. now offers free online gambling with a twist. This is a game that allows players to interact with opponents in bizarre acts such as throwing pies, tomatoes, or even bombs at your opponents. Unlike many of the poker websites out there, does not require a user to download and install a program. A player can register and play online within minutes through a current web browser.

The online interface is fun, entertaining, and a place to meet fellow poker players and still win money. While the new law prevents players betting on a cash basis, and the website from transacting cash bets, there are no limits to online communities that give away prizes to their members. offers such prizes as the following to Power Players: Free Song Downloads, Free Subscriptions to Bluff Magazine, iTunes Gift Certificates, Free Movies from Fandango, Apple iPods, and even Cash.

If you don’t know how to play Hold ‘Em, also has a section devoted to teaching new users.

About the Company
TripleJack Poker is an online poker club on the Internet. They specialize in No-Limit Texas Hold ‘Em. For more information about the website, visit .

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