ChiliPoker becoming US-friendly poker site in 2011

ChiliPoker becoming US-friendly poker site in 2011

Friday, 12 November 2010

Online poker players from the US haven’t had it easy over the past year or two with regards to new or potential legislation restricting them from playing at dozens of online poker sites. Well they can rest a little easier as the list of sites they can play on will be growing with the addition of ChiliPoker.

“We are very excited about this new dimension to our business,” Alexandre Dreyfus, CEO of Chilipoker said. “Our economies of scale will help this be a strong mechanism for further growth and it will help fill the void that exists in markets where online gaming is restricted and consumers want to play poker. In markets where we operate online gaming, this new product will provide consumers with more choice.”

Poker pro Liz Lieu is the chief representative of the site so players from the US can play Lieu, who is 22nd on the Women’s All-Time Money List with over $800,000 in live tournament cashes and a successful cash game career. Her biggest score was a first place finish at a $1,000 side event at the 2007 LA Poker Classic for almost $150,000.

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