Poker Plex Offers an Additional Treat
The 2005 Caribbean Poker Classic runs from November 26th until December 3rd(25 July 2005) The $10,000 Caribbean Poker Classic™ prize package is already tempting to any avid poker player, boasting a $6,300 entry into the Main No-Limit Event; a $1,300 9 night’s stay at the prestigious St. Kitts Marriott Resort; $1,400 cash deposit into the player’s poker account and a generous $1,000 cash upon registration at St. Kitts.
As if that weren’t enough, Poker Plex has announced that it is to offer an additional treat to competitors, allowing them to take a friend along to the toto sgp. Any player attending such a prominent and highly competitive event will no doubt appreciate the encouraging support of a friend or loved one during the highs and lows of the tournament. In return, friends will also be given the rare opportunity to indulge in an extravagant holiday to the exclusive paradise island of St Kitts in the Eastern Caribbean. Poker Plex will cover the cost of a charter flight to the The 2005 Caribbean Poker ClassicCaribbean destination making it even easier for players to take full advantage of their prize package.
Poker Plex is the first online poker room to offer such an added bonus which clearly characterises its strong commitment to loyal players and a willingness to make it possible for players to share their once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Online Bets give up on Elvis
Bookmakers have revealed that wagers have all but dried up from fans betting that Elvis Presley is still alive.
Over the years bookmakers William Hill have taken thousands of bets that Elvis will be found alive, but in the last year fans have stopped placing bets.
Bookmakers have now lengthened the odds of Elvis being found alive from 100/1 to 1000/1.
‘The biggest odds we have ever given was a Elvis related bet, we offered 14 million to one that Elvis will crash land a UFO into Loch Ness hitting the monster,’ said bookmaker Rupert Adams.
‘It is perhaps the end of an era, where even his most ardent fans no longer believe that Elvis could have remained hidden for so long.’
Commerce Casino Gears up for California State Poker Championship
After Ben Affleck took the championship at last year’s California State Poker Championship (CSPC), making him the first Hollywood celebrity to win a major poker tournament, the three-week tournament series has gathered a good measure of anticipation for this year’s event.
The CSPC starts on September 6th at the Commerce Casino, which boasts having the world’s largest poker room.
In previous years, CSPC has attracted big names such as Chris “Jesus” Ferguson, Men “The Master” Nguyen, and David “The Dragon” Pham, and this year should be no different. World Poker Tour Champ Tuan Le is already on the expected poker pro guest list.
Buy-ins for preliminary events vary between $330 and $2000, while the buy-in for the September 23rd championship is $5,100.