For the third straight year, and for the sixth time in the past seven years, Titan trang w88 has been awarded with the coveted Best Poker Customer Service Award by Gambling Online Magazine.
The award, determined by the readers of Gambling Online Magazine and visitors to its website, was awarded to Titan Poker in recognition of its outstanding customer service.
Gambling Online Magazine’s awards, now in their eighth year, “provide the people’s voice on the best of the best” and are considered the benchmark for achievement in the industry.
In response, a spokesman for Titan Poker said, “It really brings to light our ongoing commitment to ensuring the best possible online poker experience and how our friendly customer service agents will always take that extra step in answering the players’ needs. We look forward to the coming year and continuing to work together to improve the customer service and maintain our position above the competition.”
Titan Poker has dedicated support personnel available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Players seeking assistance can contact Titan Poker by telephone, fax, email, or through an Online Support chat system, available to players in the poker software.
World Series of Poker Goes to Africa
For the second time, World Series of Poker circuit events will be staged at the Emerald Resort and Casino in Johannesburg, South Africa. “There will be six WSOP tournament rings up for grabs over six days – making this the biggest and most prestigious poker tournament ever to be staged in South Africa,” said Emerald Resort and Casino CEO Martin Rice.
Hosting the second annual World Series of Poker Africa will be five-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner and 1998 WSOP Main Event Champion Scotty Nguyen.
“The first WSOP Africa tournament, which was staged in October 2010, was a hugely popular event among players and fans alike, and we have little doubt that the festival of poker that will be WSOP Africa 2012 will be even more exciting!” Rice said.
The tournament action kicks off tomorrow with a $350 buy-in No Limit Hold’em Ring event. The Main Event will begin on February 24th and carry a $3,300 buy-in. The series includes a $10,400 No Limit Hold’em High-Roller tournament as well as a separate, one-day ladies’ tournament, with a WSOP Circuit ladies pendant as the prize.
Scotty ‘The Prince’ Nguyen will participate in a charity tournament scheduled for February 23rd, as well as serve in the position as official host for the WSOP Africa series. Nguyen, who won the 1998 World Series of Poker Main Event and also a bracelet for the 2008 WSOP $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event, is somewhat a controversial figure in the world of poker. His bad behavior in the 2008 series included “objectionable and even rule-breaking behavior.”
Commenting on his upcoming role at the WSOP in South Africa, Nguyen joked, “You know, the Prince has been all over the world baby, you name it: Australia, Asia, Europe, but this is my first time going to South Africa and I’m so excited to come out and share this great game we love with the players there, to get to know them and to just have a good time baby… Just make sure the people at the Emerald protect me from any lions and I promise you we’ll have a lot of fun baby!”