Posts Tagged ‘Poker Tournaments’

The Poker Power Play at Bovada Poker!

by | Published: Thursday, November 28th, 2013

Now is the time to head over and sign up at Bovada Poker Bovada Poker, as the leading online poker room is offering a host of incredible bonuses and a new list of daily poker tournaments!

Sign up today to get your daily dose of tournament action with the Poker Power Play at Bovada Poker! For a limited time only, the leading online poker room is offering additional tournaments every day, guaranteeing a total of over $140,000 in cash prizing!

These amazing Poker Power Play Tournaments will run every day from now until December 15, 2013, so be sure to check the qualifier and satellite schedules below and hit the online felt to claim your share of all the extra cash on offer!

How you secure your spot in one of the lucrative satellites is really up to you. Enter for as little as $0.22, or take advantage of one of the many great last chance qualifiers and make it in just before it all comes down to the wire!

From Monday through Saturday every week, Poker Power Play Tournaments takes place from 9PM EST, and Sundays from 4PM EST.

Be sure to head over to Bovada Poker Bovada Poker today and start getting in on this limited-time offer by upping your daily dose of poker and getting in on all the tournament action you can handle! For the full schedule of events running from now until the closing date, December 15, check out the Bovada Poker schedule on your next visit!

Is Zone Poker more your thing? Don’t forget fast-paced poker is always better at Bovada and with anonymous tables, many languages, downloadable hand history and the ability to play at up to 20 tables simultaneously, it’s not hard to see why!

Bovada Poker Bovada Poker are truly raising the online poker stakes with these incredible new daily tournaments, so don’t forget to head over and get involved before closing date in only a couple of weeks’ time!


Paul Hockins win Australia New Zealand Poker Tour Melbourne

by | Published: Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

Semi-professional poker player Paul Hockin was victorious in the Australia New Zealand Poker Tour Melbourne yesterday.

The New Zealander outlasted a field of 345 players to take home the first place prize of $101,275.

The tournament was a marathon effort for Hockin with play going until 5am on the penultimate day of competition.

An exhausted Hockin was simply glad that the tournament was over and that he now had time for some much deserved sleep.

“I’m just stocked as that the tournament is over to be honest it has been such a grind,” Hockin said.

“We were playing until about 4 or 5am last night and I got home, got about four hours sleep and had to take a sleeping pill before coming back here for another late one

“I’m just looking forward to having a good sleep to be honest.”

The final table looked as though it was going to be over fairly quickly and Hockin was happy to stay out of the action early.

“We started off and a couple of the short stacks busted pretty early and I was pretty happy about that just moving up the pay bracket,” he said.

“Unfortunately I felt as though it was some of the better players taking most of the chips.”

The table was quickly down to only three players but at that point play really slowed down.

The three-handed battle took more than three and a half hours before Ashley Warner knocked out Michael Guzzardi.

Warner took a big lead into the heads-up battle with Hockins but the Kiwi doubled up twice and quick succession and was able to land the killer blow shortly afterwards.

Hockin clearly hadn’t lost his sense of humor after the long tournament and joked that he was looking to gamble when asked how he planned to spend the first place prizemoney.

“I’m thinking about heading down to the roulette wheel and putting it all on red,” Hockin said.

It has been a big gambling week in Melbourne with the Melbourne Cup racing carnival in full swing.

The ANZPT continues in Auckland on the 21st of November.

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Meet and Play Poker With Rafa Nadal!

by | Published: Saturday, October 20th, 2012

This month Pokerstars Pokerstars is giving you the chance to meet and play poker with Rafa Nadal in Majorca! One lucky winner will get the opportunity to hang out with one of the world’s best tennis players; joining him for dinner, watching him train and most importantly test out his poker skills in a private game!

Every day until October 31st Pokerstars Pokerstars is running $1.10 qualifier tournaments that each have a $100 guaranteed prize pool and three seats for the Rafa Dream Day Final up for grabs. The final is where all the qualifiers will get the chance to compete for the all expenses paid trip to Majorca!

The $1.10 qualifiers run on the hour, every two hours, until the 31st of October. The top three players in every qualifier will win a seat in the Rafa Dream Day Final as well as their share in the minimum $100 guaranteed prize pool. So, not only are Pokerstars Pokerstars giving you the chance of winning a once in a lifetime experience they are also giving you some cash on the side!

The Rafa Dream Day Final will take place on October 31, with the winner being awarded the trip to Majorca to meet the tennis legend. All players finishing in the top thirty places will also win a signed Rafa Nadal Pokerstars Pokerstars baseball cap!

Pokerstars Pokerstars is the worlds most trusted online poker destination and is home to a number of leading poker professionals and World Series of Poker Main Event Champions. They are currently offering innovative promotions, just like this one, as well offering extremely generous deposit bonuses and free roll tournament entries for new players. If you are looking for a site to begin your online poker career look no further than Pokerstars.


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