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World Poker Live - The World's Newest Online Poker Room Ready for Launch

San Jose, Costa Rica (PRWEB) February 28, 2006 -- World Poker Live, an online poker room, which will soon be releasing mobile phone based software, based in San Jose, Costa Rica is now ready for launch. Unlike many online poker rooms, which are simply "skins" of larger online poker rooms, WPL created their software from scratch, and as such, players can expect a new, unique gaming experience. "We're very excited to finally be launching and believe we can definitely compete with the big boys such as Party Poker and Poker Room," stated WPL executive Joshua Jones.

World Poker Live features fast, easy to use, and visually stimulating software which includes a unique optional split screen view to make seeing the game action easier and more interesting than ever. Unlike many of the other online poker rooms, will not be offering huge bonuses and affiliate arrangements. What they will be offering is the lowest rake in the industry at a time when online poker room rakes seem to be growing uncontrollably. "We decided from the get go, that we wanted to create something different. Instead of offering all of these confusing bonuses and rake backs, and spammy affiliate programs, we wanted to simply offer the user a low, low rake to begin with, so more of the money they win stays right in their bankroll where it belongs" commented Jones.

However, will be offering some interesting and fun promotions for their registered users, including the Big Fat Loser bonus paid weekly to the player that loses the most real money, Panama Casino Vacations and soon their own Panamania (tm) Tournament. More exciting promotions will be announced soon. From March 1st until March 8th 2006, the player to lose the most real money, will be awarded a "no strings attached" $500 bonus. will also be offering special Ring Game and Sit and Go tables with Zero and No Rake during that same time period.

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