CardPlayer.com Has the 2005 World Series of Poker Covered
LAS VEGAS, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The cards are in the air at the 2005 World Series of Poker and over 60,000 people a day are following the action at CardPlayer.com, the go-to source for comprehensive event coverage and
"If you haven't been checking out the coverage at CardPlayer.com you are missing out," says top poker pro and 2004 Card Player player of the year Daniel Negreanu. "It's been pretty awesome." The richest sporting event in the world will give away over $100 million as thousands of players battle it out to be known as poker's best. During the entire six weeks of the event, CardPlayer.com is producing the most extensive poker content in the history of the game, including:
* Up-to-the-minute updates on all of professional poker's biggest
* Event reports and action recaps from all events
* Photo galleries
* Streaming broadband video interviews of poker's most popular players
* An Internet poker variety show
CardPlayer.com is the sister site of Card Player magazine, chosen as the official magazine of the World Series of Poker by Harrah's Entertainment Inc., owner of the brand. The 36th annual World Series of Poker began June 2, 2005 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
About Card Player and CardPlayer.com
With over 18 years of service to the poker industry, Card Player, "The Poker Authority," is the world's most respected and influential resource for poker enthusiasts at every level of interest and ability. Published biweekly, the 140-page magazine has a circulation of over 140,000.
CardPlayer.com is the leading poker information portal on the Internet. The site hosts over 60,000 visitors and nearly 1 million page views daily. CardPlayer.com offers an array of useful tools, providing visitors with free webmail, lively information forums, a poker analyst tool that allows players to track their winnings, odds calculators, live tournament reporting, poker blogs from top poker professionals, and insightful content that ranges from basic rules of the game to advanced strategy analysis. An opt-in poker newsletter is distributed to over 300,000 subscribers through the site.
PRNewsWire.co.uk - 2005-06-09 14:26:30