Upstart online poker site Real Deal Poker offers Isildur1 his own

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Jan 16, 2010 Posted in Online Poker News | No Comments » has reported that Isildur1 –the high-stakes player who captivated the online poker world with his play on Full Tilt Poker—will have his own private table at Real Deal Poker, an online poker site set to launch in March.

If the upstart poker-room is successful in luring Isildur1 to their site –Isildur1 is perhaps the biggest draw in online poker at the moment– Real Deal Poker as a site will gain instant recognition. After a hot start, Isildur1 ended his high-stakes experiment down some $3 million overall, and seems to be trying to rebuild his bankroll at the $5/$10 and $10/$20 NLHE tables.

Real Deal Poker will definitely live up to its name: The site is the first in online poker to forego a Random Number Generator to deal cards, and will instead use Cut N’ Shuffle method. According to “The system is a fully automated, real card dealing machine that scrambles, shuffles, reads, and video captures decks of cards. These results are then sent to the Deck Matrix, a proprietary software system that delivers a unique deck of cards to each game within seconds of being read by the automated dealing system. Cut N’ Shuffle replicates the actual motions of a real live poker game with its cut function and deployment of burn cards. The site’s utilization of Game Check allows a complete verification and audit of the results of every hand.”

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