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Thursday, November 03, 2005

Foxwood resort casinos

Foxwoods Resort Casino, by far the largest casino in the world, is upping the ante with regard to its poker offerings. The casino recently announced that it has a new, expanded poker room in the works, the addition of which would effectively increase the number of poker tables in the casino by 40 percent. Foxwoods' current poker room boasts 76 tables; the new addition would push that number up to 114.

Foxwoods, however, is taking care not to sacrifice quality in the face of quantity. The new, smoke-free poker room will make use of the latest card-room technology, from LED table components to automatic card shufflers and a cutting-edge seating system.

Foxwoods has already garnered a reputation as a major destination for poker, partially thanks to the World Poker Tour, which has made is the host venue for its final championship event. The new poker room, expected to open sometime in Spring 2006, will surely bolster the casino's standing in the poker community.

“We are continually striving to offer our customers the ultimate poker experience.” noted Kathy Raymond, Foxwoods' Director of Poker Operations. “More tables and cutting edge technology will translate into less waiting and more action for our players, as well as giving us an even greater opportunity to host premiere poker events.”

Everest Poker, an online poker room boasting a wide range of language options, has recently released its revamped internet site,, along with its operating poker software. The redesigned and updated version of the site also includes a new branded logo, which features an impressive graphic.

Matson Jones, Everest Poker's Art Director was quoted as saying that the architects of the new design expect the new logo to generate strong brand recognition in the online casino market. According to Jones, “the new logo has been optimized for use in Everest Poker promotional items such as clothing, playing cards, poker chips and more."

Also, Jonathan May, the Property Manager for Everest Poker said, “the new website, software and logo reaffirms our commitment to continue Everest Poker's leadership as the only true multi-lingual poker room on the Internet."