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If you are thinking of starting to play pool for cash on the internet you will need to start looking at some of the places around the internet that have multiplayer online pool. There are sites where you can play either pool heads up against other players for a commission of the amount you are playing or there are online pool sites that allow you to join in on tournaments for a fixed fee with the winner taking the pot from however many players are in the tournament.

Heads-up pool for cash is likely to have the best players playing against one another online so you will need to be very careful when you select which table you play at.

Usually a site will match different pool players against one another of the same skill level. So the more you play and win at the pool game, the more likely you are to be bumped up to a higher level to play against others who have been playing online for as long as you have.

If you are a beginner and are looking for a chance to play pool online for cash then the best bet would be to play in a tournament. In a tournament you will be able to put a smaller amount of money down for the best chance at a larger amount of money. Often prizes are included like the chance to play in even larger tournaments, these are called satellite tournaments. Whichever style of pool play you are interested in for cash you should research the site you are thinking of playing pool on properly before you deposit any money.





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