|Full House Entertainment, the newest player in online poker development, reports today that phase one beta testing of it’s new online multiplayer poker system Full House Poker V-1.3. is progressing well.|
The unprecedented and widespread consumer interest in online poker has created a huge void to fill in the online gaming community. Playing poker online is growing daily and Full House Entertainment is in a great position to take advantage of the current interest in online poker.
Feedback from poker players has been very positive, “we have been able to generate a lot of interest in our new software on the grassroots level by going directly to the players on their forums like cardschat.com” said Jean-Guy Leconte, “our next phase of testing when it begins will already have 200 players ready for it and this time it will be for real money.”
Full House poker is on track for full launch for March 2005, the launch will feature 5 games initially: Texas Hold'em, 7-Card Stud, Omaha High, Omaha High/Low and the old favorite, Five Card Stud; with more to follow, every real money player will have the option of creating his own tables with his own rules, “our surveys of poker players have shown us that players want to go beyond the basic poker offerings” commented Mr. Leconte.
Registration for the next phase is still open, there will be special prizes offered to any player that registers with us before launch, just fill out the form available at Fullhouseinc.com to be considered, there are currently 75 places left.
About Full House Entertainment
Full House Entertainment N.V. is a privately held company created by its shareholders and management to build and manage the operations of online gaming websites. Full House Entertainment N.V. initially intended to produce and develop its own software for this purpose.