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    Where do you play online Poker?
    As the title says really. Not looking for real money games just something to do to kill some time

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    PartyPoker.com - It offers free play and it's the most Mac-friendly one IMO.

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    FullTilt - much better imho

    but, give them both a try and pick the one you like best
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
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    facebook lol. all class
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    I used to play at pokerstars.net

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    I use Full Tilt!

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    full tilt. but I will probably switch to whoever releases the first real money client for the iphone/touch... now THAT would be sweet!

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    Free Casino Games - AOL Games I play this all the time

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    I used full tilt and it only craps out on me, takes like 20 minutes to connect. went to create a user, still crapped out on me. And I'm on a fios connection.

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    I would never ever consider Ultimate Bet And Absolute. Both involved in big scandals and both seem to have brought no one to justice. Do your own search for more information.
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    When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

    Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gagnerants View Post
    I used full tilt and it only craps out on me, takes like 20 minutes to connect. went to create a user, still crapped out on me. And I'm on a fios connection.
    Have been using Full Tilt for almost 3 years and have not really had any issues related to the software at all.

    At some point, they did do some tweaking of their software and it now takes 30-60 seconds for me to actually connect. They are dealing with multiple accounts from the same IP and seems they're making their best attempt to make sure what occurred at the sites Xstep mentioned does not occur to them. They've got a lot of time and money invested in paying the Pro's to use their name and can't afford a scandal.

    Of course, if you're not playing cash games, there are other sites around for pure entertainment.
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
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    PokerStars - works well with mac. Download the application; that will contact the site every time you play, and completely free

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