Monday, February 27, 2006

Betfred Poker | Million Poker Tournament

Betfred Poker has just announced they are launching the Betfred Poker Million Tournament which will be the largest online poker tournament to take place in the UK.

There are plenty of ways that you can qualify to play for the massive Betfred $1,000,000 Tournament Grand Final and I for one will be giving it a go. There are multitable qualifiers taking place every night and qualifiers to the final running on Friday and Sunday nights. Sit and Go tournaments also take place which act as qualifiers. Of course there is always the lazy way and just buy into the main event but I'll try a few qualifiers first.

Not tonight though.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

No Money at PokerStars

Play at PokerStars last night in a game of Texas Hold Em $1/$2 Fixed Limit.

Played for almost 3 hours and my starting amount of $40 went up and down and up and down but I couldn't make any real headway, almost lost the lot at one stage. Ok, so I know it's not a lot but I'm trying to make a profit here!

Anyway, after my time was up I was exactly on $40, the same as I started with so called it a night.

The only people who made any money for my play were PokerStars themselves with the rake I paid for every hand.

Friday, February 24, 2006

BetFred Poker | Million Dollar Tournament

Betfred Poker has just announced that they are going to be launching a new poker tournamennt with prize money totalling a massive $1 Million Dollars!

Players at Betfred Poker can qualify in a number of different ways including multi-table qualifiers, sit and go tables, final qualifiers or direct buy-ins.

This is going to be a huge poker tournament with many players participating online for a coveting place in the BetFred final.

Click BetFred Poker for more details.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Back with a Win!

Not managed a game of poekr for a few weeks now, mainly due to the entire family becoming unwell apart from me. It scuppered my internet time though as everyone needed more attention than usual.

Anyway, tonight I tried a Texas Hold Em $2/$4 Limit game at Pokerstars.

I started off by depositing $40, then when that was done, another $40. I wasn't playing badly just wasn't getting a break.

Fortunes turned for me a bit and I actually got some cards I could play, so I did and finished the game with $151.50. An extra $71.50 now rests in my poker account!

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