Big Cock Poker Might Have Problems Doing Mainstream Advertising

Imagine if they named their site Epic Poker. Now THAT would be bad. Wait, someone already did that? How'd that turn out?

Imagine if they named their site Epic Poker. Now THAT would be bad. Wait, someone already did that? How’d that turn out?

With the return of online poker in the U.S. [in Nevada only], and with the general uptick in mood and turnout at the 2013 WSOP, we’ve been bi-curious: will there be a major return in the patching of players?

So during the 105 total minutes all the time we’ve spent at the Rio, we’ve had an eye out for patches. Are there more? What brands are popping up? Can Ultimate Poker try any harder to associate their brand with the WSOP‘s? So many questions to be answered.

In our mostly over-exaggerated search for patches, we stumbled upon the above guy. And Big Cock Poker.

We googled Big Cock Poker. If you’re at work, we HIGHLY advise that you do NOT, 1) google Big Cock Poker, and 2) click on any of the links produced by googling Big Cock Poker.

We then went to BigCockPoker.com. Nothing there.

So we’ve determined that Big Cock Poker has a few problems in trying to acquire customers and make the leap to real money gaming. We are marketing and PR experts, after all. We should know. Here they are:

  1. They don’t have a website.
  2. Their SEO mostly leads to redtube and pornhub, which don’t appear to be traditional poker sites.
  3. That’s the guy they picked to endorse the site.
  4. During poker broadcasts, or any broadcasts for that matter, ESPN and FOX (and anyone) traditionally shy away from the word “Cock,” even when accepting advertising dollars.
  5. Times that problem by 10 when you string the words “Big Cock” together.
  6. Aside from redtube and pornhub, as soon as we hit publish on this post, we’ll likely be a top result for Big Cock Poker. And we typically go with hot girls for our visuals on the site, not big cocks. So we can’t be an affiliate. Sorry Big Cock Poker guys.
  7. As brick & mortar casinos will own all of the real money poker licenses, we’re pretty sure Steve Wynn, Sheldon Adelson, and Bobby Baldwin do not want their online brand to be called Big Cock Poker. Well, maybe Adelson would.
  8. Big Cock Poker.

Sooooo…yeah.

 

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