What You Should Know About the Wingows Poker Move

What You Should Know About the Wingows Poker Move

There’s some poker network switching going on.

Wingows Poker used to be part of the Digital Gaming Network (DGN). Now it’s not. It’s part of the Gold Chip Network now.

What the heck is a poker network?

Well, if we take the Gold Chip Network (GCN) for example, it’s an association of independent poker operators that work worldwide. Each poker room has their own associate within the network – making it 9 independent networks inside of the GCN. Each associate in the network has their own customer service and support, management, processing solutions, and other miscellaneous business services and processes. The GCN also runs tournaments that span all casinos in the network and manages them – which is a big help to the individual casino. Less management for them means less headaches. Better for players like us because there’s a big company running fraud and collusion checks.

What’s changing and what’s staying the same with the Wingows poker casino?

Wingows Poker is still going to be offering their VIP and Rakeback program to all Real Money players (RPP) along with their first and second deposit bonus – a free $750 bonus. One great new addition to the new Wingows Poker network move is a MEGA Bad Beat Jackpot – currently at more than $100,000.

Their poker tournaments also give you the chance to get tickets to the World Poker Showdown Bahamas (going on January 7th to the 9th of 2008), daily and weekly freerolls with guaranteed prizes of more than $100,000, holiday tournaments, and National Football League (NFL) tournaments.

As always, the Wingows software is compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows  2000 and Microsoft Windows 2003 .

A new addition to Wingows Poker is a new MEGA Guaranteed tournament for real money players, so if you’re not a RPP yet, sign up to Wingows, log in, and make your first deposit to check out the brand new additions to the room.