High Pulse Poker announced that Real Money Launch will take place on the 15th of November 2011 at 14:00 CET. This is very good news. Many players are waiting for Real Money Launch.
We know that High Pulse Poker was going to open real money games in December 2010. But the launch was delayed because of several problems. Now High Pulse Poker is ready to open the games. But what will happen next? Players have many questions and we will try to give you some information.
Many players helped High Pulse Poker to test the software. Now they all want to get payments for their help. Almost every High Pulse Poker player has some “beta” Euros. Most regular players have €200 - €400 in “beta” money. The first and the most important question is what will happen with “beta” winnings after RML? This is the answer: all “beta” winnings will be converted to Real Money (1 “beta” euro = €1). High Pulse Poker is going to spend about €750 000 to convert all “Beta” money to real. You will be able to start playing poker without investing your own money.
After the 15th of November every player will be able to make deposits and cash outs. High Pulse Poker set minimum deposit amount at normal level: €10. Most poker rooms have the same minimum deposit amount. We will add Deposit and Cash Out guide to HighPulseRakeback.com as soon as we get more information.
What games will be available? Holdem and Omaha. These games are the most popular. Other games will be added in future. High Pulse Poker also decided to add a new game called “Bet Poker” We can not tell the details. It will be a surprise.
High Pulse Poker will continue to offer many freerolls after RML. The freeroll schedule will be changed but you will be able to play freerolls at High Pulse anyway.
Real Money Launch will be very soon. Freeroll time is over. Make sure you are ready to play real poker at HighPulse.
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