on the subject of games a while ago I sent you messages about railracer, 
because I have lost the download installer as I had a big 2 hdd crash a couple 
months back.
If possible can you or anyone on here give me the latest information and link 
to the file?
thanks.

At 01:04 p.m. 30/05/2009, you wrote:
>  Hi all,
>  Well, it has taken a lot longer than I thought to get these card games the 
> way I wanted them, but I think you'll be very pleased with the results.
>  I've been working on an advanced version of online Texas hold em and online 
> hearts so we can play our friends over the internet, and for anyone that is 
> into strategic game play, you are in for a treat.
>  We've been testing these games extensively the past few months, running 
> hundreds of hands to get it just right, and finally they are ready for prime 
> time.
>  I will be releasing both games Monday June 1, and everyone can play for free 
> for the month of June. After that, it will cost just $3.95 a month for a 
> subscription.  I'm also finishing up code for 5 card draw, and hope to have 
> that included sometime in late June.
>  For you Texas hold em fans, you are gonna love this, I've made it possible 
> for you to create your own table with your own rules. If you want to make a 
> pot limit table with a max $10000 buy in, no problem.  Want a no limit table 
> with a max of $1,000,000, bring it on.
>  Also, you can create private tables and invite only the people you want to 
> play if you like. These games will only show to those invited, so no worries 
> about folks getting mad they weren't invited.
>  Another way cool feature and my favorite way to play hold em are the sit and 
> go tables, which are basically like mini tournaments, where each player buys 
> in for whatever amount you set, and the top three finishers split the pot 20, 
> 30 and 50 percent. This is the format the World Series of poker uses, and 
> we've played most of our hold em games this way, and everyone is loving it.
>  With an interface created to make getting the information you need as easy 
> as possible, you'll find playing hold em a fun and intuitive experience.
>  Hearts is equally fun, with an interface designed to make navigating your 
> cards as easy and natural as possible.
>  You can also create your own tables for hearts, with whatever max score you 
> want, as well as set up the advanced version which includes a ten point 
> subtraction for catching the jack of diamonds.
>  I have also created a tournament system that will allow frequent online 
> tournament play for some cool prizes.
>  The web site keeps track of each players money for hold em and hearts points 
> for hearts, which you earn by beating other players, and I will be giving 
> players online trophies for hitting the million dollar mark, as well as 
> winning tournaments.
>  Right now, both games work with either Sapi, jaws or window eyes, and I hope 
> to integrate support for other screenreaders in time. Basically, the games 
> have gotten really good due to user feedback, and I plan on continuing to 
> hone the experience with suggestions from players.
>  I will be giving a demonstration and taking questions tomorrow Saturday May 
> 30 on the voice chat site for the people at 7:30 eastern in the presentation 
> room.
>  Feel free to hit me with any questions you might have, and if you reply on 
> list to this message, please delete my text here, as this is a rather long 
> message and your reply might get rejected for being too big if you don't 
> clear it first.
> Hope to see you at the presentation tomorrow.
>  Later all,
>che
>c...@blindadrenaline.com
>  Blind Adrenaline Simulations
>Games by one of us, for all of us
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