No Bad Beats Poker will launch this weekend, ready to take up the fight against poker's most frustrating aspect. The new site promises to refund players that get hit by bad beats.
A new online poker
room is set to launch a revolutionary new concept this weekend, as No Bad Beats Poker opens its doors for new costumers.
Opening on Sunday, January 16th, No Bad Beats Poker will feature a patent-pending protection from bad beats, suckouts and bad luck, the site's representatives told PokerNewsDaily.com
"We aim to eliminate bad beats in poker - which studies have shown are the greatest frustration of poker players today," said Aaron Walker, No Bad Beats Poker representative.
"When playing popular poker games
like Texas Hold'em featuring No Bad Beats Poker, you'll get your money back if you take a bad beat." Walker added.
The bad beat protection will work by tracking the equity percentage of each player involved in a given hand.
The equity percentage - similar to the one often shown in televised poker games - will then determine if a player is entitled to a bad beat refund.
If a player loses a hand despite having a high amount of equity in an all-in situation, they'll qualify for a bad beat.
"No Bad Beats Poker is the perfect solution for any poker player tired of losing monster pots and getting knocked out of poker tournaments due to bad beats in all-in situations.” said Walker.
"With the release of No Bad Beats Poker, we offer both competitive players and frustrated players alike an alternative to maddening bad beats in standard poker.”
No Bad Beats Poker will launch with an opening freeroll on Sunday, January 16th.
A full launch of the site is planned for January 30th.