Rounders House Launches New Poker Reality Show

Contestants to learn from Poker Pros in Las Vegas, win prizes for themselves and charity

roundershouse-160.jpgAugust 27, 2009 (Las Vegas, Nevada) – Rounders House, a new poker reality show, begins taping in Las Vegas this fall. Sixteen contestants will compete live to win prizes for themselves as well as their favorite charity. This weekend, the winner of the Online Forum Challenge at Reefer Poker will be the first contestant to be awarded a place in the house.

Brown, co-founder of the show, is very excited about the launch. “Rounders House brings reality TV to your house. Rounders House will have multiple LIVE 24/7 cams in the house so you never miss what these poker players are doing,” commented Brown.

“The show will have some great daily challenges for the contestants. Each winner will win some great prizes, while donating to their favorite charity,” said co-founder Jason “Wolf” Rosenberg. “Combine that with some top notch instruction from some A-List Poker Pros, and we think these players will have the time of their lives.”

All Rounders House contestants will qualify to appear on the show by winning online poker tournaments. Each package won will provide the winners with airfare, food, four days and three nights lodging at Rounders House, instruction from top Poker Pros, and a buy-in to a land based tournament in Las Vegas, NV.

The first Rounders House package will be given away as a bonus prize in this weekend’s Online Forum Challenge at Reefer Poker. All details for this give-away and pre-registration are available at the Online Forum Challenge website. The other fifteen contestant packages are up for grabs via online qualifiers.

This new poker reality show will be available free at where a complete list of satellites and finals tournaments on select online poker sites is currently available.


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About Rounders House
Rounders House is a new poker reality show that will be filmed live in Las Vegas, NV during the first week of November, 2009. Rounders House will be the premier poker reality show, offering viewers access to live entertainment no matter what time of day. Rounders House will make its live camera feeds available for free via streaming internet video channels.

Co-founders Dennis Brown and Jason “Wolf” Rosenberg have been providing marketing services in the gaming industry for the past 7 years, most recently through their respective companies Rounders Radio ( and Global Gaming Events (