USA Poker Players Flock to Free Online Poker Site Following FBI Action Against Online Poker Sites

The recent closures of top US online poker sites Full Tilt, Pokerstars and Absolute Poker shocked the online poker world. Yet for US legal poker site, the closures have produced an unexpected bonus with free online poker site experiencing a surge in new members as disappointed US online poker players look for a safe place to play poker online.

London, United Kingdom, April 29, 2011 --( The sudden closures of Full Tilt, Pokerstars and Absolute Poker in the USA have left thousands of North American poker players without a place to play poker online.

Yet for US legal free poker site, the closures have produced an unexpected windfall with hundreds of new US based players joining up for the safety of free poker games.

While it is too early to be certain, NoPayPOKER believes that the that the site closures represent the next step by the US legal system to restrict online gaming.

What is certain says NoPay Marketing Manager Nick Moseley is that "Poker sites still operating in the US market with cash models, be they deposit to play for money or subscription based, are now reviewing their positions as some players withdraw their funds in case more sites are closed and funds frozen."

However, NoPayPOKER with a no deposit, no subscription, and advertising based free poker model is US legal which has made the site appealing to American players despite the fact that big money games are not on offer.

NoPayPOKER Marketing Manager Nick Moseley comments "We have always believed that the best way to play poker is to play free poker online in order to get unlimited no risk practice before playing live games for money. Online cash games are notorious for high-tech cheating and even the best sites get exploited by bots, colluders and random number generators.

Nick goes on to say that "Free online poker does not suffer from the same degree of cheating and offers a genuinely enjoyable online poker game experience. In addition, players can make free use of our free poker lesson series."

Nick Moseley
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