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ChipMeUp and MyPokerNews: The Future of Poker


Unless you are an Ivey or a Hellmuth, poker requires good bankroll management and backing for those occasions when you are stepping up a level. What makes a big tournament varies from person to person, it could be a $50 online tournament or then again it may be a $100,000 live event. Luckily for poker players around the world, ChipMeUp offers a place for players of all shapes and sizes to be staked in whatever tournament or cash game that takes their fancy!

ChipMeUp and MyPokerNews: The Future of Poker 101

ChipMeUp is the fastest growing staking website out there and boasts a long list of talented players that have used the site selling pieces of themselves. These include PokerPack players JC Tran, Nam Le, Chino Rheem , Aussie stars Tony G and Crocky, Bracelet winners Mark Vos and Martin Klaeser, online stars Andy Mcleod, MonsterDong and the list goes on.

What ChipMeUp possesses is more than just a site that allows people to buy or sell a piece of a poker player, it has built a community around the world of poker staking. With regularly over 50 people in the shoutbox and around 7000 members, you can talk to poker players 24/7 about how to get staked, discussing your hands in real time and keeping in touch with the latest news about tournaments in the live and online world.

{img:6631} ChipMeUp also allows its users to track each other's performances and analyse how their investments are coming along. With PokerNews providing live chip counts in major events around the world, following your horse has never been so easy. If you can't catch up on the live action, just read about it on their blog.

Additionally, ChipMeUp runs unique satellites for its players to reach major live tournaments. In partnership with 888 Poker, ChipMeUp sent online player Resteal to the 2009 Aussie Millions Main Event, however there was a slight twist. Apart from the great package PokerNews provided, all the final tablists of the satellite won themselves a piece of Resteal at the main event. Playing not only for himself, but also for his newly found team members, Resteal ended up making it to Day 3.

With major online tournaments series such as the FTOPS always popping up, it was no surprise that ChipMeUp players made a strong showing. ChipMeUp players mneube and adgee both made final tables in two of the biggest FTOPS events, picking up $50K and $70k respectively. For mneube's event, investors netted a tidy $2K for only an $11 investment.


Staking for such events isn't only reserved for the elite, with ChipMeUp backing over 50 players for a single FTOPS event. PokerStars recently announced the schedule for the SCOOP, their spring online championship and with buy-ins ranging from $5 to $25,000 ChipMeUp will be the place to go for players to get staked and for buyers looking to get a piece of some of the best online players in the world.

For those poker players looking for great value tournaments and exclusive deals then ChipMeUp delivers in spades. Whether you are looking to join a new poker room with the best sign-up bonuses, get a free ticket to a $100k tournament or maybe even play in an exclusive Alpine Cup freeroll - it's all there.

ChipMeUp is constantly adding new and exciting features for its poker community, it's only a matter of time before you find yourself there!

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