Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Bounty Tournaments at Intertops Poker Give Two Chances to Cash In

In two special bounty tournaments held second weekday in November at Intertops Poker, players will have  two chances to cash in. Tournament players not only win money, but also earn one point for every player they eliminate in the process. At the end of the month the player with the most points will be declared the Knock Out Champion and the top ten point scorers on the Knock Out Challenge Leaderboard will split $1,000 in prize money. The more opponents a player eliminates, the higher they rank on the leaderboard and the bigger their share of the prize pool.

“Even if you don’t finish in the money, you still have the chance to stash some cash,” said the Intertops’ Poker Manager. “Just knock out enough players and you take home some prize money!”

Knock-Out Challenge Tournaments will be held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in November at 6pm EST and 10pm EST. Buy-in is only $5+0.5 and $2 of that becomes a bounty on the player’s and their rival’s head. Tournament details are provided on the Promotions tab at Intertops Poker.

In addition, there’s $25,000 up for grabs in the November FPP Race. Intertops Poker players earn Frequent Player Points whenever they are dealt cards at any real-money cash game or pay a poker tournament entry fee. Each week, players that finish in the top 100 Frequent Player Point earners will win a share of the $6250 awarded that week. FPP Race information is available on the Intertops Poker “Promotions” tab and players can check their standings on the FPP Race Leaderboard any time.

Trusted for more than fifteen years, Intertops was one of the first online casino, poker and sportsbook sites on the internet. Known for its friendly customer service and hassle-free deposits and withdrawals, Intertops gives away tens of thousands of dollars in casino and poker bonuses every month.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous10:14 AM

    What a great way to win in these Bounty Tournaments at Intertops!


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