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ChipMeUp Makes Finding a Horse Easy!

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The definition of the word horse:  ‘a large, solid-hoofed, herbivorous quadruped, Equus caballus, domesticated since prehistoric times, bred in a number of varieties, and used for carrying or pulling loads, for riding, and for racing.’ as stated by  A horse in the great game of poker is one that will hopefully race to the winner’s circle and give you back your stake and more.  You’ve probably read stories and heard tales of players staking other players over the years, a very interesting one is reported in Billy Baxter’s staking Stu Ungar in the World Series of Poker Main Event.

You may have wondered how you could invest in a player or you may have wondered how you can sell shares of yourself in online and casino poker tournaments.  The answers are at ChipMeUp.  No matter where you are in the world, you can now be involved in all the action.  At ChipMeUp you will find a list of events, players/stats, a forum, FAQs, and more.  Everything is explained in detail and if you have any questions, contact support.

In a nutshell, simply sign up at ChipMeUp – it’s free – and create your user profile.  You will be able to buy and sell shares of yourself, and buy shares of others also, to almost all major poker events hosted by the best online poker rooms.  The 2009 Aussie Millions and the World Series of Poker are also an option for major offline events.

To purchase shares, start browsing the list of featured events, find your horse player, choose the percentage you wish to stake, and transfer the funds.  When you buy shares of a player, 100 percent goes towards the player’s buy-in; there is no charge for shares purchased.  If you wish to sell a percentage of yourself, there is a listing fee that will apply.

PokerNews has recently purchased ChipMeUp and promotes a very strong feedback service which ensures players receive the share they are entitled to.  All transactions are legitimate and properly handled.  A true leader in the online poker industry, Tony G. has decided to sell a piece of himself in the 2009 Aussie Millions.  He plans on playing more than one event and talks about ChipMeUp in his latest blog post.  Tony has a fantastic poker philosophy and believes ChipMeUp will bring the enjoyment of playing and winning poker to more people throughout the world.

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