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Real Gaming Live in Nevada - Third Regulated Poker Room

Real Gaming Live in Nevada Third Regulated Poker Room

Real Gaming is now the third regulated poker room in the state of Nevada and has just gone live with their poker game offerings. Formerly known as South Point Poker, the management decided to rebrand the room in 2013 to get a fresh start on their launch.

Real Gaming is currently in the soft launch phase of their operations, not having set on a marketing plan yet. The poker client will be available in all major browsers as a instant-play version, having no need to download a poker client.

Real Gaming are using a different verification system than Ultimate Poker and WSOP are currently using. To play on Real Gaming, players have to download an application for their mobile unit to be able to play for real money and the app can be found on Real Gaming's website.

Players will then receive a token through sms when they want to sit on a table and play, the number received will have to be entered into a authorization box to ensure that the players are in the state of Nevada. Furthermore, players have to enter the last four digits in their social security number and a captcha image text to be able  to play, but only once per session.

To rail the games going on on Real Gaming it is not necessary to complete these steps, as the software is completely open for everyone, just not to play on. Currently players can only play Texas Hold'em, but more games will be integrated in the future. There's also sit n goes and tournaments available in the software, with more games being added later on.

Currently the traffic numbers are very low due to Real Gaming just having launched their platform. The numbers should increase as soon as the soft launch has finished and the final product is available and when Real Gaming starts to promote their room actively.

News by Daniel Allermand
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Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.


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