Badbeat.com Gives Poker Players $50 to Try Free MyGame Poker Training System
Limited time offer featured on SkyTV in UK and Europe
LONDON, ENGLAND, May 05, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Badbeat.com, the original and leading online poker staking and training business, is giving poker players, that want to improve their game, $50 free (Terms and Conditions Apply) to try MyGame - their online poker training system. To claim their free money players must register at www.Badbeat.com, create a new poker account and pass the Foundations test before completing an application form.
The free limited time offer currently available on Poker Encore, Party Poker and Genting Poker (with additional partners to go live shortly) was launched this week with a TV advertising campaign on Sky TV. The spot will air daily on Sky TV Channel 166 in the UK and in 28 other European markets and can be viewed online at www.badbeat.com.
In addition to the free $50, players will receive advice from Badbeat mentors who will critique their play, identify weaknesses and direct them to specific areas of their Poker Clinic to improve their game.
John Conroy, Managing Director of Badbeat.com explains, "We want to help players transform their poker game and because we are so confident in the quality of our training material and its results we are giving players $50 free."
Badbeat's revolutionary MyGame online poker training program builds players' poker skills from the ground up using a unique "Play and Fix" approach. It analyses actual game play, spots weaknesses and shows how to fix them. Access to tutorials, the unique hands analysis tool, Report Cards, and social gaming features are all free after registering a new account with any of Badbeat's partner poker sites including, GentingPoker, WPTPoker, Betfair, PokerStars, PartyPoker, PokerHeaven.
Jessica Tomsett, Lyceum Media
About Badbeat.com (http://www.badbeat.com)
Founded in 2005, Badbeat.com is the original and leading online poker staking business. It is an organisation created to win at poker through the funding and comprehensive support of winning online players. Winning at poker is harder today than it was just a few years ago, and every Badbeat.com player has access to cutting-edge software tools, a structured development path with advanced learning aides coupled with the knowledge, expertise and support of a pool of world-class mentors and support staff. Badbeat.com's MyGame is a free online poker training system based on its mentoring program.
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