Bet Raise Fold: The Story Of Online Poker on the shelves

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The documentary Bet Raise Fold: The Story Of Online Poker spent several months in the making, but it finally hit the shelves and anyone can purchase it.

The select group of people who made a decisive contribution to the Kickstarter campaign for funding Bet Raise Fold: The Story Of Online Poker will enjoy some return on investment by downloading the film for free. The documentary is no longer than 60 minutes, but in this comprised format, it contains a lot of relevant information about how this industry emerged, grew out of proportion and eventually got shot down in the United States.

Those who want to get a sneak preview at what “Bet Raise Fold: The Story Of Online Poker” is all about should check out the 2:35 minute video. The trailer went live on YouTube and it gives viewers the heads up and is supposed to provide them with the impetus to spend those three dollars:

Those who created the poker documentary worked closely with professional poker players and released the first part of the Special Edition bonus features at the 2013 World Series of Poker . The full version of the movie including bonus features will be released in the second half of September on Blu-ray and DVD. Among the bonus features, it is worth mentioning the commentaries made by executive producer Jay Rosenkrantz and Ryan Firpo who directed the movie.

Even those who are not necessarily playing poker online or in live venues, should enjoy this short documentary which promises to be both entertaining and informative. Aspiring online poker players as well as worldwide famous professionals tell their story about how they got to play the game online. Both the perks and disadvantages of being a poker player are explained by the players themselves in a movie that tries to stay unbiased.

Just like online poker, the “Bet Raise Fold: The Story Of Online Poker” is supposed to reach a wide audience and that’s why the producers made sure that it has no less than 13 language subtitles. In addition to English, viewers will get to choose between French, Italian, Portuguese, Hungarian, Russian, Dutch, Spanish, Japanese, Romanian, Bulgarian, Finnish and Czech.