California tribal organization releases state of the art way to learn poker for free

Written by Super User on . Posted in Poker Games

For millions of people wishing to learn about the game of poker before investing any of their money, there is now a new and innovative site geared toward poker education.
California Online Poker Association (COPA), a California organization consisting of 60 California tribal governments and California card clubs that lawfully operate more than 65% of the poker tables in California, officially launched a new site on Monday, Oct. 10, 2011.
CalShark.com is a new, free-play online poker site that is geared toward teaching new players the nuances of poker, while also giving veteran poker players the chance to hone their skills without fear of losing any money in the process.

CalShark.com accepts no money deposits at all, and has partnered with Scientific Games and Playtech to deliver a state of the art software design that delivers innovative graphics and technology. CalShark.com will be adding a Facebook feature in the near future, which will allow users to engage their friends and open the site up for a complete social networking experience.
CalShark.com is available for play either through the web browser or by downloading an application, and both versions offer feature a Spanish-language application.
So for players not interested in investing any of their hard-earned money, CalShark.com offers a great alternative to learn the game of poker without the threat of losing along the way.