personally i think that could be very good for casual players
I mean if i was rich, which im not, but if i was the thought of losing thousands and thousands to people i dont know and have never met doesnt really appeal to me. Or even being bum hunted by random people
howver if i lost money to people im friends with on face book or friend of a friend etc... thn it wouldnt bother me as much and would probably even be a lot more fun.
So bad news for sharks, but donks would probably like it i think. Plus youve got the added incentive of your profile and so on, you can see who your playing against. Which you cant do on stars
And yet again these companies amaze me with the sums of money they part with for 'app' companies. 500 million for a company with only 4m users and may not even take off. Have they not learnt from facebooks recent stock market float that facebook isnt the be all and end all. Sure even if it did take off it would have a lot of customers, but would it make 500m?
Less than an hour later on Thursday, International Game Technology also had its own online poker application approved by the five-person panel. Like Bally, the slot machine manufacturer is seeking to exist as a service provider.