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Win a Seat at the Aussie Millions with Kiwi Poker
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20 November 2006

Win a Seat at the Aussie Millions with Kiwi Poker

Kiwi Poker (http://www.kiwipoker.com) is giving its players the chance to fly to Australia where they will stay at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia and take a seat alongside the worlds best poker players at the 2007 Aussie Millions. One package worth $12,000 is guaranteed with another one put up for grabs for every additional 40 players in the super satellite.

The Crown Casino Aussie Millions is the richest poker tournament in the southern hemisphere, attracting the worlds best poker players and expected to generate a total prize pool in excess of AUD$5,000,000. The No Limit Hold'em finals take place between January 16 and 19 and Kiwi Poker is giving its players the chance to play in this prestigious televised event.

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Kiwi Poker Introduces an Improved Layout, Mini-tables for Multi-tabling, Poker Tracker Compatibility and More
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05 September 2006

 Kiwi Poker Introduces an Improved Layout, Mini-tables for Multi-tabling, Poker Tracker Compatibility and More

In its latest software upgrade Kiwi Poker has demonstrated its ability to keep one step ahead of the latest trends in online poker by introducing a familiar “document tree” style navigational layout, mini-tables to allow players to see all of their tables at once when they are multi tabling, Poker Tracker compatibility and more Beginners' Tables.

Kiwi Poker features an amazing range of games to suit all tastes and budgets and their new navigational layout makes it easier than ever for players to find exactly what they are looking for. The new layout resembles a “document tree” where players expand the “tree” to narrow their selection. Once players have narrowed their selection down to display only the games that fit their criteria, these tables will appear in the lobby along with the number of players, Average Pot, Players per Flop & Hands Per hour etc. Players can then tick the Hide Full Check Box to remove all full tables.

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