|December 20, 2006 (Atlanta, GA) – Bluff magazine (www.bluffmagazine.com), America’s leading poker magazine, has announced the winners of their 2006 Readers’ Choice Awards in their January issue, available on newsstands now. These awards are determined by the fans of poker - not the industry - and are the only magazine awards of their kind. |
Highlighting the award competition was a contentious battle for the top online poker room between Pokerstars and Full Tilt Poker. To view a full list of the Annual Readers’ Choice Award categories and winners, pick up a copy of Bluff anywhere magazines are sold.
In addition to the Best Poker Room category, poker enthusiasts worldwide had the chance to cast their ballot on a variety of categories including: Most Entertaining Poker Player to Watch, Best Brick-and-Mortar Poker Room and Best Poker Analyst.
“Bluff magazine continues to be the voice of the poker player and fan worldwide. Now poker players have an equivalent to television’s People’s Choice Awards. The Bluff Readers’ Choice Awards are a true testament to the companies and players who receive the various accolades as ‘the best of the best’ in more than 20 different poker categories,” said Eric Morris, Co-President of Bluff magazine.
For more information contact:
Jimmy Shapiro, Zucker Media Group
About Bluff Media (www.bluffmagazine.com)
Bluff Media is the publisher Bluff magazine and owner/producer Bluff Poker Radio. Bluff magazine is America's largest poker magazine providing poker enthusiasts with quality content, which keeps them up-to-date with the fast-paced, modern poker lifestyle. Regular contributors include: Jennifer Tilly, Michael Craig, Antonio Esfandiari, Phil Laak, Clonie Gowen, Mike Caro, and Annie Duke.
Bluff Poker Radio is the nation’s only syndicated weekly radio poker show. In conjunction with Harrah’s Entertainment (NYSE:HET) Bluff Poker Radio produced the first ever live radio broadcast of the World Series of Poker. Bluff Poker Radio’s live broadcast of the World Series of Poker spanned 10 hours a day and covered each of the final tables, including the $10,000 No Limit Texas Hold’em Main Event.