(PRWEB) June 5, 2006 — Internet poker for Macintosh will change dramatically as Pacific Poker unveils their multi-table «No Download» poker software. The feature was added to the download version and now the Mac and Linux users will experience multi-hand play using the Java software. (www.Mac-Pacificpoker.com)
«The multi-hand feature was long over due. I never really played at Pacific Poker because they only allowed you to play one table at once. The new software let’s me play a bunch of Sit n Go’s at once which is great,» said one internet Macintosh poker player.
The Java software is usually the second to follow most upgrades but now the Java software is up to date with the download software. Visitors of Pacific Poker (www.Pacificpoker100.com) will notice a «fresh» lobby layout with the new 2006 upgrades.
In total the Macintosh poker software included upgrades in the segments of multi-hand play, WSOP tabs, sleeker design, Mac specific landing page, and basic accessory upgrades.
The internet poker for Macintosh craze really began when Pacific Poker added their own specific software for Mac and Linux users. They sparked other poker rooms to do so making them one of the leaders in the internet poker for Macintosh markets.
Earlier upgrades of the casino also began with Mac designed landing pages for that as well. (www.Maconlinecasino.com)
In an ongoing poll which is now 7 months in running, Pacific Poker still leads the ratings for being considered the best Macintosh poker site to make money. Party Poker is the leader in Windows based programs. Internet poker for Macintosh is expected to further in development but gambling bans in the US are putting a fear into Mac user’s eyes. Players will continue to play at Pacific Poker until further notice is given about the gambling bans. (www.Mac-Pacificpoker.com)
Rebecca Lee started playing poker with her friends when she was in college. As a novice poker player,
she went online frequently so she could look for information and articles about poker to better
understand the game. Somewhere along the way, she decided to open up mypokerlegacy.com to
gather up all that she had learned about the game to share it to the world.
Since then, Rebecca has been writing freelance for several other websites, sharing her knowledge on
poker. She has since ventured into other table games like craps and roulette, but poker will always
have a place in her heart.
Other than writing or learning about poker, Rebecca enjoys reading up random facts about animals
on the Internet. She has a pet husky at home, which she brings out for walks every evening.