PurePlay.com Attracts 1.5 Million Players
By Staff
US-facing play-for-free online poker site PurePlay.com has announced that its ranks have expanded to 1.5 million competitors while it has disbursed more than four million dollars since November of 2005.

The San Francisco-based site, which hosts online poker rooms and tournaments, claims to be legal for US-based players and offers cash prizes to both play-for-free members and subscribers who have paid a monthly fee.

Subscribers receive additional benefits including access to cash tournaments with over $150,000 in monthly prizes, individual performance ratings enabling them to play with others at the same skill level, live customer support and no advertisements during gameplay.

'We are committed to staying at the forefront of legal online poker and that means pulling out the stops in giving our members the excitement of competitive play and generous cash prizes without exposing them to the risk of losing their own money,' said Jason Kellerman, Chief Executive Officer for PurePlay.com.

“No other poker site has implemented this approach as successfully as we have in attracting players at all levels and delivering an online gaming experience that keeps them coming back.'

PurePlay.com also offers free seats to the main event of the annual World Series of Poker tournament in Las Vegas. It announced that no other US-based poker site had sent more contenders to this showcase competition this year while revealing that it planned to repeat its accomplishment next year.
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