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    Linux User ImNeat's Avatar
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    Feb 2006
    N. America

    Looking for online poker recommendations

    When I removed windows from my desktop I was also forced to say goodbye to the application Absolute Poker. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to a good replacement with linux support. I don't care to use emulators like wine or cadega. Thanks in advance.
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    Linux Enthusiast KenJackson's Avatar
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    Jun 2006
    Maryland, USA
    You don't care about Wine? But someone was able to use this very game, as reported in the Wine applications DB.
    They said:
    The program installs correctly, and runs. However, creating a new account does not work (possibly due to the program attempting to open a browser window). When you click on the "New User" button, nothing happens.

    However, I was able to test out actual gameplay due to the fact that I already had an account. I was able to log in and play various games without any errors.

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    Over the past 6 months - 1 year a lot of big poker rooms have started making their poker games available to Linux users, AbsolutePoker included.

    If you do a google search for "linux poker" you'll see the number one result is: - that website explains how to play at Absolute Poker using a Linux PC via their new java powered web-based software.

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