Club Hold’em – an Easy-Access Rewards Program

Launched by, the program is said to provide an easy access to the world of poker, especially for beginners. Being a member of Club Hold’em, you’ll be able to earn Club Points redeemable for goods, tournament tickets, and you’ll get the chance to win a first-place prize package to take part in the World Poker Finals at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Conn. This event will be held between October, 28 and November, 19 2006.

Such games like Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Five-Card draw, Seven-Card Stud, real-money tournaments and real money blackjack are available for club members, and playing them you’ll get a Club Point for every 10 points accumulated in the game. The points you earn can be easily redeemed inline.

Karin Klein, spokesperson for, says that Club Hold’em gives points to the members for the games they really like to play, and redeemable points are really an advantage, as they can look through the Club catalogue choosing the goods and prizes they like. As it has been claimed, the most popular prize is a chance to play in the first season of the Club Championship tournament competing for the top position on the Club Championship board, and, certainly, for the first prize package that amounts to $13,500 (travel and accommodation expenses, and buy-in for the World Poker Finals are included).

There is one more attraction for Club members – an opportunity to get the latest news on world poker, updates on the Club Championship and daily reports from the World Series of Poker from “Flop and Turn”.

Moreover, there’s no need to download the games you wish to play, as all of them can be played directly from from PC, Mac or Linux computers.

You’d like to register? Go to

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About Mark Newman

Mark Newman - was born in 1971 in Pictou, a town located on the beautiful Northumberland Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. In 1998 he graduated from Acadia University (Nova Scotia, Wolfville) with the Master’s degree in social studies. Mark simply adores his wife and sons. Considers poker to be one of the most exquisite kinds of art and rarely misses his chance of practicing.