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Sites Not Leaving US Market Offer Nice Bonuses

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Recent Congressional action hasn't stopped these online poker sites from offering deposit bonuses that can be claimed by clicking the links. Follow the links, check out the sites and make a deposit to claim the bonuses.

Full Tilt

Full Tilt told its players that it will not leave the US market, at least in the near future. Here's a portion of what the poker site told its users: "In the short term, we assure you that your online experience at Full Tilt Poker will not change. You will still be able to deposit and withdraw money from the site using the same methods and payment processors you have always used, and your money will remain completely safe and secure. We cannot predict how the online poker experience may change in the future, but we do not expect any immediate impact from the legislation, as the banking industry has 270 days to implement new rules after the bill is signed."

To take advantage of CardPlayer.com's and Full Tilt's 100 percent signup bonus up to $600, click here.

Absolute Poker

Absolute Poker is also sticking around. It released a statement that read, in part: "We want to assure you that Absolute Poker games are still available and that you can continue to enjoy the site as you always have. The new law does not change the legality of playing online games nor will it make us close any US customer accounts."

Click here to claim a 100 percent deposit bonus up to $1,000. This deal ends Oct. 11.

Bodog

Calvin Ayre, president of Bodog, has come out to reassure its players that it will be around until at least the law change is better understood. It has no immediate plans to leave the US market and is offering a free $100 with a deposit of $100 through CardPlayer.com. Click here to claim the bonus.

UltimateBet

UltimateBet also said it plans to continue to do business with US customers. Players can take advantage of a 100 percent deposit bonus up to $650 by clicking here.

 
 
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aliqat
over 15 years ago

How about helping us in Washington State, where online poker is spelled out in the law that went into effect 06,06,2006 which makes online poker a class C felony. We need help to reverse this law which is far more strict and makes playing poker more risky due to loss of cival rights if proscuted. Also the head of the Washington State Gaming commusion stated they will prosucte online poker players. To ignore us is inviting other states to write simular laws which would be much worse then the new federal law.

 
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