Originally Posted by karen490
I have played poker on fb for a couple of years it has never cost me any real money and it can be fun i have even made a few new on line friends. When there are competitions on here they have also been promoted on facebook and more recently twitter and no one seems to have a problem with that. I don't like twitter so wouldn't bother with that one. I think the poker could be a good way for some of us to spend some of our spare time but i also accept it is not for everyone. As with everything there will always be the people who don't like it but each to there own that is why we have a choice.
I have registered and hope to be part of it and if it happens i look forward to playing with other like minded friendlies from all over the world.
Good for you, Karen, it sounds as if you have a responsible attitude to it and won't be in the least influenced by this bit from the email
Robbie Williams Poker gives you the chance to play for some seriously attractive prizes that start with exclusive virtual Robbie related items, discounts on real merchandise, sneak peeks for music and video downloads, pre-sale and giveaways for concert gigs and even the unique opportunity for a meet and greet the artist himself. With every hand dealt you get closer the star
I won't be, either. And I know I shouldn't be worried about the people who will be, because obviously that is their choice
But having seen the friendlies in action, I do worry. Because, and again I hope I'm wrong, I don't think they'll think twice with an incentive like that.