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At first, poker was a game you played with friends. You played for small cash amounts, but it wasn’t always about the money. You played to enjoy the company of friends and escape work, problems or even your spouse for a few hours.

Since poker tournaments erupted and have been shown more frequently on television over the past half decade, there has been a mega boom in the popularity of online poker tournaments.

Professional players, semi-professional players and even high school kids have all grown their talents through online play. You can buy into an online tournament for less than $5 or try your luck in large cash games that have pots that exceed $100,000.

Freeroll Tournaments give beginners a place to either hone their skills or evaluate their game while deciding whether or not to take the jump into buy-in tournaments.

Poker used to be a hobby, but now with online tournaments, the reality of the situation is that the game has become a career for some people and therefore even a lifestyle.

One used to have to travel to either Vegas or a casino in their state (if they had one) in order to play in large money tournaments. Now-a-days, all you have to have is a computer with an Internet connection.

Online poker sites like get hundreds of thousands of people playing in tournaments every week. Some sites are even advertising in regular fashion now.

Of course there are many skeptics out there that feel that online poker tournaments are rigged or fixed in the websites favor. There really is no way to tell whether or not the poker site is cheating, but that hasn’t stopped people from playing.

In order to get over these skeptics, most of the poker sites offer sign-up bonuses, which are mostly relevant to your first deposit. Even skeptics are hard pressed to pass on a place to play the game they love and earn free money along the way.

If there is a will, there’s a way and online poker tournaments are here for the long run. The Internet has opened up so many doors that these online poker sites now give a playground to poker players much like Napster gave to music lovers.

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Poker Freeroll Tournaments

The Gaming Club
One of the heavy hitters in freerolls, The Gaming Club has tournaments in which the pot is $4,000 and you can receive an addition $50 on your first $50 deposits.
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News and Commentary

ASK THE EXPERT: We’re all in! Online is way to start, learn
This is small article from the Detroit Free Press about how poker has grown and educating people for online gambling.

Hours online, then the ‘Big One’
Chris Hogan describes to the Las Vegas Sun the way he used online tournaments to hone his skills for the World Series of Poker Championship in Rio. to host four new online tournaments is set to host four new online poker tournaments in which the buy-in is as low as $6 and can earn players a seat to the World Speed Championship, Austrian Classics, Barcelona Open and a Mediterranean Poker Cruise.

Titan Poker Player wins Prize
Anybody who might have a sinking suspicion that online poker is rigged; this article is about a player who built up his winnings to $35,000 at

Online poker and Vegas: Not so perfect together
Not everybody enjoys online poker. At one time, Las Vegas was the granddaddy of poker playgrounds. But with online poker reaching all-time highs, the Vegas Gamming Control is trying crack down on the regularity of online poker. Launches Moneymaker Millionaire Tournament
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