Naughty-Poker introduces new models and feature upgrades

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naughty pokerTORONTO, January 11, 2013 – Naughty-Poker made good its claim as the world’s most exciting free strip poker site ( with the addition of more than a dozen sizzling models and other improvements prompted by user feedback.

“The upgrades bring Naughty-Poker closer to our goal of becoming THE men’s portal, not only for our existing games, but also for quality articles, cartoons and online discussion groups,” said David Shiller, the Toronto-based software engineer who developed the site.

“And this will attract advertisers, even more models, and greater interest from investors, consumers, men’s magazines and news sites.”

Naughty-Poker is a tasteful and classy form of draw poker in which each winning hand shows a beautiful model striking an alluring pose in successive stages of undress. To play, you first pick your playmate from a gallery of more than 70 models. Five cards will then show on your screen. Click on the cards you wish to replace and follow the prompt. If you final hand is a pair of jacks or better (or a pair of nines once you have earned special bonus points), a more revealing photo of the model appears on your screen . . . and you are ready for your next hand of draw poker.

Shiller said he has heeded the user feedback received since the beta version of Naughty-Poker went online in August.

“We’ve already added a ‘more games’ area, so there are now more adult-themed games, sports games, other card games and classic arcade games available to play right in your browser at,” he said.

Other improvements to the Naughty-Poker site include enabling users to enlarge the photos of the models and adding a mobile optimized version of the game that allows users to play on their smartphones and tablets.

Future improvements to the Naughty-Poker site will include keyboard functionality (so players don’t have to use a mouse) and the addition of a Gold Room featuring video clips of models.

He said some users have expressed a preference for clicking on the cards they want retained, as opposed to clicking on the cards they want replaced.

“In response, we will soon be introducing this option,” Shiller said.


Ed Shiller: or 647-352-3123


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