Poker is probably one of the most exciting games on TV right now. With
all the thrills and spills when the professionals battle out right in front of you on the small screen.
It's no wonder why more and more people are getting involved in the exciting game of No Limit Texas Holdem Poker.
So you want to play poker right? There are two basic options for you to choose from. One is play poker in "real" life with your buddies or play online with the other millions of people who are out there. If your interested in playing real live poker with your friends I can tell you there's nothing like it, it's great fun getting with your friends and cracking the beers open and playing a couple of hours of poker. But there is a problem, people are busy and are never there when you are up for it or no ones ready at the same available times. Some mates might want to only risk a few cents when others a few hundred. How to get the right balance? Not everyone will want to play and not have a chance at winning real cash.
On the other hand online poker is always there and is always live. You can always find a game that suits your style of play and your pocket. You can even play poker for free until you feel your ready enough and have the courage to stake some real money instead of just watching it on TV.
So if you're interested and decided to play poker online, what options do you have? There are three basic categories you have to choose from, money games where you play for real cash, play money games where you just practise with "play money" and a third type of game - poker freeroll. A freeroll is basically a tournament that's free to enter but if you win you get entered into another tournament with a big cash prize or you win the one tournament and get paid there and then, therefore getting the best of both worlds 🙂
Freeroll's are of course very popular, something offering something for nothing usually is. But if you manage sign up early you can sign up for the freeroll tournament for free and play real money - without risking any of your hard earned cash.