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MIAMI, Fla. — Following the triumphant lead of the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, The Isle Casino & Racing at Pompano Park, FL, joins online ticketing agency PTseats as the second casino allowing players to make online reservations for poker tournament seats. Using any major credit card, poker players can securely reserve their tournament seat online at PTseats.com and avoid a wait in line the day of the event.

Mike Smith, Director Poker of Operations at The Isle, has been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the day when players can purchase their tickets at PTseats. “I am especially eager that players will be able to purchase tickets online in time for The Isle Florida State Poker Championship on June 16-23.”

The Trump Taj Mahal and The Isle Casino & Racing at Pompano Park are among the first in a chain of casinos around the country to soon join forces with PTseats.com, offering poker players this convenient service. With the success of previous events at the Trump Taj Mahal, PTseats.com has emerged as an efficient service adding value to the overall experience of the poker players and the casino all together.

On Saturday, April 26, PTseats.com will host its $50K-Guaranteed poker tournament event at Trump Taj Mahal. Players who register and purchase their poker tournament seats for this event through PTseats.com will be eligible to receive various extra prizes.

“We are absolutely thrilled our past events in Atlantic City have been such a hit with poker players and hope to duplicate that same success at The Isle,” said the PTseats founder, Fabricio Schaffrath. “We are working vigorously to bring our one of a kind service to more casinos in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and Los Angeles so more people can benefit from PTseats.com.”

For additional information, please contact info @ptseats.com, or 1.888.766.8922.

Valerie Gotten
Valerie G has been an editor with California Newswire for several years, is a gifted theremin player, can quote copious lines from 'Red Dwarf' and also knows where her towel is. Oddly, she does not drive, nor does she take the bus. She identifies as both human and democrat.