If you are interested in online poker or other casino games, this is the site for you.
If I was the "Dog Whisperer" I would definitely consider it. it is better than working $10 an hour construction and I sure a quarter of a million would feel good in his pocket right now.
Here is the official press release:
With Michael Vick set to be released from prison this month, he doesn't seem to have many people willing to give him a second chance. Up to this point he's received insignificant offers that can't be taken serious. Bluefirepoker.com is willing to offer Michael Vick a 1 year, $250,000 contract to play poker under the tutelage of their team of poker trainers.
Bluefirepoker.com launched in January, and has quickly become the premiere destination for both professional and amateur poker players looking to improve their skills and make significant amounts of income from poker. The team of instructors is led by poker phenom Phil Galfond, widely considered one of the best cash game players in the world, and an online legend. Bluefirepoker releases new videos 4-5 times/week training players in-depth strategy about how to improve their games.
Bluefirepoker CEO Billy Murphy says, "professional athletes have the same dedication and ability to succeed in competitive environments as professional poker players, which makes Michael a perfect candidate for this opportunity. With our team of poker trainers willing to take Michael under their wing we're very confident we'll see a positive return on our investment."
Bluefirepoker recently made headlines back in March when they announced on Fox News they were willing to prove poker was a game of skill by challenging President Obama or any member of Congress who was willing to play them, and offering a million dollars to the charity of their choice if they could beat one of their pros. Despite several conversations with interested parties about a game, none of the candidates were willing to accept the challenge, further proving the point that if it wasn't a game of skill, it would be something they obviously would have taken them up on to help their favorite charity.