Real Gaming only website with poker app for mobileAugust 19, 2014 3:00 AM by H. Scot Krause
Real Gaming, backed by South Point and casino legend Michael Gaughan, became the first and only online poker site in the country that allows for play on any mobile device, including mobile phones and tablets. The iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and even Linux users are able to play.
Through its patent-pending geo-location technology, players have the ability to play anywhere in the State of Nevada, which offers unparalleled convenience.
“At Real Gaming we strive to deliver new and innovative technologies for online poker players,” said co-founder Lawrence Vaughan. “The ability to play poker on any device at your convenience is new to the industry. It completely changes the poker experience and brings poker to a wider audience.”
Through the exclusive partnership with South Point and Gaughan, players can feel safe and secure with the United States-based platform, combining the very best Las Vegas casino practices with the latest technologies. Real Gaming also offers live, local support based in Las Vegas to its players in order to deliver the best customer service in the industry.
In addition to mobile play, Real Gaming offers interactive play on desktop computers without the need to download an application or plug-in. Players have the ability to deposit funds by ACH check, wire transfer, mail or depositing cash at the South Point Casino’s cashier cage.
Players must be in the State of Nevada to play online poker. To learn more visit www.RealGaming.com or connect with Real Gaming on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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There’s still time to sign up for the Golden Saturday X Poker Tournament that takes place Saturday, Aug. 30 starting at noon.
The buy-in is $125 for 10,000 starting chips with a guaranteed $50,000 minimum prize pool.
Players will also be given the option to purchase 2,000 bonus chips for an additional $10.
Registration is currently open in the poker room through the day of the event. 24 Karat Club members who present their card at registration will receive $10 free slot play. Doors open at 10 a.m. and tournament play beings at 12 p.m. with 30 minute blind levels.
For special room rates beginning at $69, call 800-634-3454 or book online and use the promo code GS10.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 702-386-8383.
Good luck, and may the “nuts” be with you!
H. Scot Krause is a gaming industry analyst, researcher and journalist. He is a former entertainment director and 18-year resident of Las Vegas. Questions or comments for Scot may be addressed to ScotKrause@GamingToday.com.
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