Canadians love online poker. This love has rapidly expanded and evolved over the past ten years as increasingly high-tech software and increased website security has made online poker even more enjoyable and more accessible to fans across the country. With this increased accessibility and interest in the game, Canadians are now more than even in need of a resource they can depend on to provide the most latest and most relevant news for Canadian poker fans. The most logical place to turn to for this kind of information and insight is right here at Poker.ca.
From Jonathan Duhamel’s massive victory at the 2010 WSOP Main Event to Daniel Negreanu’s continuing pursuit of poker’s elusive Triple Crown; from the latest poker tournaments and championships throughout Canada and around the world to the best online poker rooms and sites catering specifically to Canadian players, Poker.ca has it all.
Just how much do Canadians love online poker? In 2009, Canadians invested $13.75 billion in gambling-related hobbies from craps to blackjack to poker. Canadian households across the board spend several hundred dollars annually on gambling – $555, in fact – with online poker being one of our most popular games of choice. With British Columbia’s recent foray into state-operated online poker and online casino games, followed closely by Quebec in late 2010 and soon Ontario as well, Canadians have more access to safe, legal, and exciting online poker options than ever before and Poker.ca is committed to reporting on and informing citizens about all their options in the online poker community.
If you’re looking for the latest news about big online poker jackpot winners from Canada or what the biggest Canadian poker stars are up to and when you can see them on TV, let us keep you up to date. If you wonder what Jon Duhamel is doing with his millions in prize money, who had money finishes at the British Columbia Poker Championships, or if you just want to know how the latest government regulations might be affecting you and your online poker activity, Poker.ca is your one-stop resource.
In addition to Canadian-specific poker news and online poker advice, insight, and recommendations, Poker.ca also provides valuable online poker and live poker resources for Canadian players. Whether you’re looking to brush up on your knowledge of Seven Card Stud or want to make sure you fully comprehend the finer points of poker tournament etiquette before heading to the local casino, you can find everything you need to know right here. Beginner poker players can find basic rules for the most popular online poker varieties, while more advanced players can learn new skills, strategies, and important tips to improve their poker game online, at the casino, or even at home.