DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwire) -- 03/14/13 -- Editors Note: There is an image associated with this press release.
Mobile poker operator Switch Poker today launches its new game, the Bankroll Booster.
To play the game, which is available at any Switch Poker table, players need simply decide how much they want to bet by moving the "Bet" bar, then decide how lucky you feel by adjusting the "Luck Factor". Players will then be shown how much they stand to win before clicking the "Boost" button.
A light then starts spinning and if it lands in the highlighted area the player wins.
A spokesperson for Switch Poker said, "Poker players who can't get enough action or need a quick kick up the bankroll can now play our new Bankroll Booster game. Just make a bet, decide how lucky you are and hit 'boost' to see if you can add a little boom to your bankroll."
Players can find out more at the Switch Poker Blog.
Switch Poker launched in October 2010, offers a simple solution to online poker players who wish to play their favourite games on the move. Simply visit www.switchpoker.com using your mobile device, sign up for an account and start playing immediately.
Switch Poker is the world's first real money online poker site for use with iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android mobile devices. The software company which developed the platform used by Switch Poker was formed in Ireland in 2010.
For further information visit www.Switchpoker.com for more details.
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