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Check-Out the “New” Ladbrokes Poker Today!

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If you haven’t been to Ladbrokes Poker lately, you are missing out on their newly redesigned site! Ladbrokes Poker has recently rolled out their sleek “New Look, New Features and New Ladbrokes Poker” campaign!

If you haven’t checked out all the cool new features Ladbrokes Poker has to offer, now is the time to sign-up with the top ranked poker site in the UK! Why? Because PokerWorks and Ladbrokes Poker have teamed up to give players an amazing bonus! Download Ladbrokes Poker here on PokerWorks and get a special deposit bonus of 100% Up to $750! Then log-in and see all that is new!

From the new welcome page to the all new lobby, you will be impressed with the great new functions and features including:

New Features Video
• The easiest way to explore the new table is to watch Ladbrokes Poker’s in-depth video. The video details all of the major changes to the tables, as well as feedback and reaction from a number of top players, including Nebuchad and skalie.

New Table Design
• A completely revolutionized in-play table to bring you an in-depth poker experience, all while being much easier to use.
As well as a cool new look, the table itself also has great improvements including:
• The Previous and Current Hand numbers are now displayed. When you are seated, available seats are now shown with a small brown place holder. Before you join a table, available seats are shown with a black arrow.
• Your alias and cash balance are displayed next to your Avatar.
• The pot value is now displayed in the centre of the table.
• Each Player’s bet amount is now displayed next to their chips on the table.
• The rake for each hand is now shown above the frame.
• A link to a new instant Hand History feature is also displayed above the frame.
• The table's new frame includes: Chat, Options, Stats and Casino tabs, Game Play buttons and Best Hand information.
• An arrow moves around the table in the direction of play, indicating the active Player.
• A pie-clock timer is displayed next to the active Player, indicating how much time they have to make their decision and act.
• There are three new buttons available in the top right corner of the table: Menu, Chips and Exit.
• Chat- When you position your mouse pointer over the Chat window, it expands upwards. When the mouse pointer is removed from the Chat window, it collapses to fit within the frame. Colored text is now used, so you can easily identify chat strings. For example, dealing the flop is displayed in black and if a Player wins, the text is displayed in red.

The new options tab provides you with quick and easy access to the following options:
• Sit Out
• Muck Winning Hands
• Auto Post Blind ("Auto Post Ante" in Stud games)
• Muck Losing Hands
• Stats - the Stats tab provides you with basic information on your game play.
When you click the "Stats" tab, various percentages are displayed, including:
• The percentage of hands that you fold, check, call, bet, raise, and re-raise.
• The percentage of games you have won.
• The percentage of showdowns they have won.

These statistics are cumulative, and the time period that they are calculated for is displayed at the bottom of the window. For more detailed statistics on where you folded, you can click the "More" link. The statistics are displayed in percentages and indicate the number of times a Player folded at specific stages of the game.

Plus, there all new easier to use game buttons with the action buttons, pre-turn buttons and bet slider now located in the centre of the frame. The action buttons are displayed with the bet slider when playing No-Limit or Pot- Limit, which enables players to manually select the amount that they want to bet by moving the button on the slider to the left or right, to increase or decrease the amount respectively. Alternatively, players can select one of the options at the bottom of the slider to bet a specific fraction of the pot, or go all-in.

The best hand display is located in the bottom right of the frame and shows a player’s best possible Poker hand. The Community cards are "grayed out" to distinguish them from the pocket cards. A Player’s current bet is also displayed.

The new poker frame consists of three sections:
1. Information
2. Game Buttons
3. Best Hand Display

Also, players can choose to hide or show the Information and Best Hand Display sections by clicking the adjacent arrow button. Then when you want to learn more about your game use the Hand History function! This is a significant improvement on Ladbrokes Poker’s previous version, with the choice between the on-table instant hand history and the more advanced version available through the lobby.

Alongside the new look and feel of the table, a wide variety of other new functions and options are available also, including; avatars, skeleton cards and rabbit cam!

To make playing more than one game easier, the software now automatically resizes up to nine tables for expert multi-table playing. When not using automatic tiling, players can also manually resize table size to suit their personal preferences.

Want to check out the casino? The Casino tab provides Players with links to Casino games directly from the new Poker table. When a Player clicks the Casino tab, the window expands and displays available games. Check out Ladbrokes Pokers new look today, you will amazed by the new features!

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