PokerStars Now Offers Spanish Poker!
06 June 2012
PokerStars has just opened their new online poker site for Spanish players! Players who live in Spain can now login to their new PokerStars accounts and have the convenience of playing in their own language.
Read our PokerStars review to find out what types of online poker games they offer, like Texas Hold’em, Omaha, HORSE, varieties of Stud poker and much more. Visit our poker bonus section to find the latest PokerStars bonus offer and special offers from other online poker sites as well.
Spanish poker players can now visit PokerStars and play in their own types of special tournaments, like Torneos de poker en vivo, Reembolsos VIP or VIP tournaments, Stars Freerolls Los Gratuitos de PokerStars.es and others.
Visit PokerStars, whether you live in Spain or not, and play online poker in Spanish today!
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