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'Stake Me To Play' Launch Party This Week

UK poker players who aspire to being staked, coached and receiving a guaranteed monthly salary are advised to make their way over to Stratford City this Friday for the coming out party of the industry’s newest poker staking company, “Stake Me To Play.”

Billing itself as using “the latest technological and strategic developments to help players evolve into the best they can be,” Stake Me To Play is accepting applications from promising beginners on up to veteran grinders. Those players chosen will be afforded one-on-one coaching and access to the company’s UK headquarters in Essex where poker strategy can be discussed and dissected in a relaxed atmosphere.

A party celebrating the company’s launch will be held Friday, August 16 at the Aspers Casino Stratford at 8 p.m. Those wishing to attend may click on over to and register. An invite-only freeroll tournament will take place on that date that promises at least one seat to EPT London that’s worth €5,000.

Stake Me To Play intends to use its state of the art poker headquarters and the Internet to immerse its staked players in improving their performance on the felt. In addition to individual coaching, group seminars that feature guest speakers from among the world’s top poker players and strategists is on the agenda. Also, free subscriptions to the best online poker strategy sites and 24/7 coaching availability is part of the package being offered.

Players interested in an “exclusive online master class” being taught by Jared Tendler on Tuesday, August 13 ahead of Friday’s launch party can register at the website.

Staked players at Stake Me To Play can anticipate “the largest profit splits in the staking industry.” The website touts several advantages of being staked and coached that include greater discipline on the felt, winning bankroll management techniques, and less risk involved when your own money is taken out of the equation. All of the aforementioned will allow for better judgment and decision-making during crucial moments of poker action.


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Charles Rettmuller

Charles has been an avid poker player for a number of years, both live and online. He holds a degree in journalism and previously worked as a reporter for a Chicago-based newspaper. Charles joined the PokerUpdate team in early 2012 and writes daily news articles for the site.