If you already have a PartyPoker account, please skip this section. Many people have been tempted to make the move to online poker but have seen the task of setting up an online account as daunting. We assure you that there’s nothing more to it than signing in to an e-mail account or banking online. Visit www.sngprofessional.com.
This is the companion website for this book. Here you’ll find a download link and step-bystep instructions on how to install PartyPoker’s software. Signing up through our site permits us to anonymously track the progress of our readers. Anonymous statistics are sent to us through PartyPoker’s affiliate program.
It’s important that we mention PartyPoker is in no way associated with the creation or publication of this book. The statistics provided to us show how our readers are doing as a group; no individual information is provided. We will try and make this information public monthly to see just how well all of us are doing. If you choose not to sign up through our affiliate, we completely understand. We don’t make our money through sign-ups.
To sign up independently, visit www.partypoker.com. You’ll see a download link on the main page. Simply click on it and install the software. Once the software has been installed and loaded, follow the step-by-step instructions provided and sign up with PartyPoker. Any problem or confusion can be addressed by contacting PartyPoker at 1-800-852-4719 or by visiting its website.
Once you have opened your account, it’s time to make your first deposit. There are various methods of deposit available to you. Again, full details of these methods can be found on PartyPoker’s website. We will, however, offer a few quick suggestions.
Neteller: www.neteller.com. If you plan on being involved with online poker for some time, we recommend signing up for a Neteller account. This is essentially an online bank account. You can link it to your personal bank account and deposit to or withdraw from that account. Withdrawals from PartyPoker to Neteller are almost instantaneous. (Note: As of summer 2007, Neteller is no longer available to North Ame