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Re: Online Gaming Sites Now Targeting Mac Users
Posted by: Gene J. Koprowski 2006-05-02 07:06:11
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Own a Macintosh and want to play online poker? Your options are swiftly expanding. A number of Macintosh online gaming Web sites, including MacOnlinePoker.com, are enhancing their casino games sections. Henceforth, Mac users will have access to almost every casino game, including blackjack, roulette, slot machines, video poker and more. Previously, many Macs, except those using Intel chips, were incompatible with the software being run at the online gaming sites.


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Re: Online Gaming Sites Now Targeting Mac Users
Posted by: julie2177 2015-07-09 09:18:22 In reply to: Gene J. Koprowski
If I got it right, it is safe to play on my Mac when a casino is tested by eCogra, having regard to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECOGRA. I've found the site with free offers and casinos are approved by eCogra. Should I use it? Has anybody explored Microgaming games on Mac before?

Re: Online Gaming Sites Now Targeting Mac Users
Posted by: etruscan 2006-05-02 07:11:05 In reply to: Gene J. Koprowski
Don't forget about www.hollywoodpoker.com. They were the first site I found that supported my Mac.
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