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Online Poker Promotions: More Punta Cana Classic Satellites

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/30/2010
Online Poker Promotions

 

As everyone knows, The Punta Cana Classic is shaping up to be one of this year’s biggest poker tournaments with DoylesRoom.com, Bookmaker.com and Cake Poker all offering satellites as part of their online poker promotions package during the month of October.  More exciting is that Gambling911.com and its esteemed Senior International Correspondent, Jenny Woo, will be on hand to cover this massive event.  Many celebrities and poker pros are expected to be on hand.

Cake Poker has released its October promosthat include the online poker satellites for the Punta Cana Classic. 

The Punta Cana Poker Classic guarantees US$250,000 and takes place November 10th to 14th on the majestic beaches of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Each Cake Punta Cana US$3,100 prize packageincludes buy-in to the US$1,000 + $100 main event, US$1,000 cash to help with travel expenses, four nights hotel accommodations at the luxurious Moon Palace Hotel and Casino plus shuttle service and all inclusive premium food and beverages. It also includes entry to the opening event, "Dominican Night”, 50% discount on golf fees and discounts on spa packages.

Also debuting on October 1st and running for the entire month, Cake Poker will offer players a daily shot at their share of $1,000 through its Two for the Money multi-table promotion.

For their chance at the cash, players must play a total of 100 real money hands across two or more tables. Each day players achieve this they will be awarded entry into a $1,000 kamikaze tournament. A kamikaze tournament is simple and fun; it requires no action by players as all hands are forced all-in every time, quickly wrapping up the tournament and awarding the prize pool. Players don’t even need to be logged in to play the tournament and winnings are automatically credited. Thirty-one $1,000 Two for the Money kamikazes will be running, giving players thirty-one chances at their share of $1,000.

Cake Poker is also pleased to offer its players a chance to compete in Aussie Millions, one of the world's most prestigious championships. Hosted by the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia, the Aussie Millions attracts an international field setting the stage for world class poker action spread over 17 days and 20 events. Cake Poker is offering players US$14,000 prize packages to this premier event from October 1st to December 19th. Each Cake Aussie Millions prize package includes buy-in to the AU$10,600 no-limit hold’em main event, a ten-night stay at the luxurious Crown Promenade plus US$2,500 cash to help with travel expenses.

Cake Card Room Manager Lee Jones notes, “With the weather turning cooler, we’re all thinking about getting away to warm places. Punta Cana and Melbourne, Australia have great weather with fantastic poker action. A poker vacation where you can go snorkelling or experience the world Down Under – it’s a beautiful thing.”

Why Settle For Crumbs When You Can Have The Whole Cake?  Cake Poker Is Offering Up To $650 In Free Cash When You Open An Online Poker Account Here Today.

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