PokerStars relaunches PokerPages.com

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Oct 01, 2010 Posted in Poker Site News | No Comments »

Months back PokerStars purchased some of the most popular poker blogs and poker portals on the Internet. One of those portals that PokerStars purchased was pokerpages.com, one of the original online poker websites that featured everything from Poker Bonuses, articles, forums, and tournament information, to a separate poker school that was the precursor of today’s online poker training sites.

PokerStars has now relaunched both arms of PokerPages, reopening pokerschoolonline.com as a FREE online poker training site sponsored by PokerStars and featuring some of the online poker giant’s big name talent as instructors. And now PokerPages.com itself has been relaunched with a new look and new content, in addition to the player profiles and tournament information the site was known for.

PokerPages.com will now feature the latest news from PokerStars, including tournament information for the numerous professional poker tour’s the site sponsors: The European Poker Tour, The Latin American Poker Tour, the North American Poker Tour, and so on. PokerPages will also be a portal to the many blogs from the PokerStars team, including popular blogs like Daniel Negreanu’s, Maria Ho, TJ Cloutier, and Dennis Phillips.

It does not appear that PokerStars will be resuscitating the article section beyond official PokerStars news; something that pokerpages was widely known for, both strategic and newsworthy articles.

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