Thursday, March 17, 2011

Poker Staking Site Donates Affiliate Revenue to Support UK’s Red Nose Day

10% of all affiliate revenue generated by Badbeat players on Friday 18th March goes to Comic Relief, the original and leading online poker staking business, will be donating 10% of ALL affiliate revenue generated by Badbeat players on Friday 18th March to Comic Relief in support of Red Nose Day.

The Badbeat management has urged their players to help change lives both in the UK and across Africa, challenging them to raise as much money as possible playing poker day and night!

“Red Nose Day is a day like no other; when the whole country gets together to help change countless lives,” said Badbeat Managing Director, John Conroy. “We’re incredibly happy to play our part, and do something funny for money!”

In keeping with the theme of the day – and to encourage as much play as possible – any Badbeat sponsored player who wins a hand holding two Red Noses (Two Red Aces) will have the chance to win a UKIPT Cork Main Event ticket worth €500.

Poker staking has become an important part of the modern professional poker ecosystem, with many of today's top and up-and-coming poker talents enjoying the financial backing of companies such as market leading sponsored players enjoy the type of practical staking that helps their games develop profitably without risking the loss of their own finances.

More details on the Red Nose Day promotion (and all other promotions) can be found at For more information about Red Nose Day itself, please visit:
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