21 April 2011 (London, UK) – Badbeat.com, the original and leading online poker staking business, is adding a Last Longer Bet to the already staggering €750,000 Guaranteed 300 NLHE Freezout scheduled on PokerTime.eu on Sunday 24th April at 18:00 (UK Time).
On top of the guaranteed €750k prize pool, Badbeat will be adding one £500/€500 UKIPT Ticket as a last longer prize for every ten Badbeat Sponsored Players who participate in the tournament. These prizes will be available to Badbeat Sponsored Players only, with the winner(s) able to chose entry into any UKIPT event.
If 20 Badbeat Sponsored Players enter the guaranteed tournament, 1st and 2nd place will receive a UKIPT ticket; if 30 Badbeat Sponsored Players participate then the top three spots will receive the ticket, and so on.
“We love to challenge and reward out sponsored players in equal measure,” says Badbeat Managing Director, John Conroy. “We’re confident that adding UKIPT tickets to an already juicy prize pool should be a real crowd pleaser!”
The next scheduled UKIPT takes place between June 16th and 20th at the Aspers Newcastle Casino.
Every Badbeat.com player receives cutting-edge software tools and a structured development path with advanced learning aides, coupled with the knowledge, expertise and support from a pool of world class mentors and support staff.
Badbeat.com stake many professional players, offering them financial backing, mentoring and guidance, so that their game can develop profitably without them risking their own finances. For more information on the Last Longer Bet, along with details on how to become a sponsored poker player, please visit: www.badbeat.com
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