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Online Casino Software Developer Launches New Poker Game

Zone 4 Play, a leading online casino interactive software game developer, recently announced the launch of a new and unique poker game never before heard of, seen or played, called ‘Face-Up Hold’em’ – for multiple e-gaming platforms. Based on the popular Texas Hold’em Poker, this online casinos game offers a similar objective, just with a fixed odds twist, and will be available on all interactive platforms in the UK, including, Internet, mobile, participation TV and interactive TV. Online casino fans that would rather play while waiting for the bus, or sitting in front of the television instead of the computer, will definitely enjoy this new addition to the world of poker.

‘We are excited about the introduction of this new game, which strengthens Zone 4 Play’s growing e-gaming portfolio, as market demand is proving to be higher than ever,’ said Shimon Citron, CEO of Zone 4 Play. ‘We are constantly looking to expand our selection of e-gaming solutions – to provide maximum client satisfaction for our partners.’ The game will be available to 10 million households in the UK by the end of the second quarter of 2006, enabling TV viewers and online casino fans, for the first time, (interactive and broadcast) to play fixed odds poker. Additionally, it will allow online casino lovers and television fans to participate in poker TV shows by betting during each hand on the results of the game.

Talk about entertainment! This new game will bring a whole new meaning to online casino poker! And because poker is so popular among online casino fans and land-based poker lovers, this game will definitely spread quickly throughout the world. So if you’re looking for a fun, new kind of poker to play solo or with your friends, ‘Face-Up Hold’em’ is the game for you! Good luck and enjoy!

OCA News Editor

With a background in game development spanning 8 years, Sam Peterson is OCA’s leading authority in the world of online gaming. His focuses include new releases and gaming providers.

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