Friday, March 11, 2022

$3000 GTD St Patrick's Day Tournament at Everygame Poker Will Be a Progressive Bounty Special -- Satellites Start Today


On March 17th, Everygame Poker is hosting a $3000 GTD progressive bounty St. Patrick's Day Tournament. Beginning tomorrow, March 12th,  you can win your way to that event in $3 satellites held three times a day.

 You start the game with a $25 bounty on your head. Since this is a progressive bounty tournament, or progressive knockout tournament, you will collect half of the bounty when you eliminate another player, and the other half is added to your own head.

 "As you eliminate your opponents, the price on your head goes up " said Everygame Poker's manager. "However, if you bring with you the luck of the Irish, that bounty may never be collected!"



Daily, March 12 - 16, 6:25 pm, 8:25 pm, 10:25 pm Eastern
1 ticket to the final awarded to each winner
Tickets: $3 + $.15

 FINAL -- $3000 GTD

Thursday, March 17, 8:30 pm Eastern
Ticket: $50 + $5 (buy-in + fee)
Re-entry allowed. Late registration: 120 min.

 The world celebrates all that is Irish on St. Patrick's Day. The gatherings usually involve happy parades and festivals and people tend to wear green clothing or display shamrocks. Green beer is the drink of the day -- and poker is the name of the game.


Underway until March 20th  is Satellites for the 300,000 Malta Poker Festival. If you are the winner of that series you will receive a $2500 prize package and compete in the Main Event in Malta April 29 to May 2.  $1 Step 1 satellites held seven times a day each award a Step 2 ticket. Step 2 winners get tickets to the Final. Set in the breathtaking Mediterranean is the gorgeous island of Malta. The Portomaso Casino tournament is being held is right in the heart of its vibrant night life, so the Malta Poker Festival is a favorite poker destination for European poker players. 

 Everygame Poker is the main poker room on the busy Horizon Poker Network. It also has a growing casino games section with slots and table games from four leading games providers.