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BLUFF MAGAZINE'S READER'S CHOICE VOTING ENDS NEXT MONTH

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7 September 2006

Now's your chance - place your vote for the best of the best in online gambling

Voting in the inaugural Bluff Magazine's Annual Readers Choice Awards has been open for some months now but will close on October 20, and readers are being urged to make their choices count whilst there is still time.

Categories for the 2006 Bluff Readerís Choice Awards include: Most Entertaining Player to Watch, Best All-Around Online Poker Room, Best Online Customer Service, Best Live Poker Tournaments and Best Poker Commentary.

Online voting commenced Thursday January 12th and will close on Oct 20th. The results will be revealed in Bluff Magazineís World Series of Poker preview issue that hits newsstands on Dec 20th.

Bluff Magazine readers and poker fans worldwide can participate in Bluff Magazineís Annual Readers Choice Awards by visiting the magazine's website directly, where IPod Nanos will be given away randomly to five voters.

Bluff's remarkable success story has continued this year with 250 000 copies printed and distributed nationwide each month. Bluff's 191 000 newsstand copies and 60 000 event, location, and subscription copies gets the poker magazine into the hands of poker enthusiasts eager to keep up with the fast-paced modern poker lifestyle. Regular contributors to Bluff Magazine include: Jennifer Tilly, Marcel Luske, Josh Arieh, Antonio Esfandiari, Phil Laak, and Annie Duke.

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