I’ve been looking into a lot of Mac based resources over the course of the last few months and the one that comes up the most for me is Mac Poker, based off macpokeronline.com. I’ve been floating around this site for quite some time now. I can’t tell you how often I play PC based poker but knowing full well that I’ll be switching completely over to Mac so having the right resources, even the ones that are just there to cover my little gambling habit are something I’m going to require right when I take the new computer out of the box. I’m still iffy on whether or not I’m going to get the iMac or the Mac Mini but either way I’ll have the same statistics, it’s just the question of what size monitor is going to be attached to it.
I’ve been a poker player for as long as I can remember. I remember being really young and sitting down with the rest of the family and just picking up the cards to then go from there. I rather enjoy Texas Hold’em out of everything but any kind of poker will suffice to keep me interested for more than ten seconds like the other card games I’ve played over the years. And this even includes “Old Maid” and “Uno”. I don’t know one kid that didn’t enjoy those games when they were growing up.
While surfing around MacPokerOnline.com you’ll be brought full-force into everything that the wonderful world of poker has to offer you. Everything from how to play poker, straight to techniques and tricks of the trade that most people wouldn’t think of when they’re first starting out. They give you a break down of the best sites to go to as well as a price breakdown for the initial buy in if you’re interested in playing for real cash, you also get a breakdown of Online Casino Bonuses as well.
It’s a great resource to look into, it’s a great Mac resource but just learning basic Poker skills for PC users really isn’t such a bad thing either.