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Doylesroom: Get $400 and your dream poker vacation

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Jun/17/2011

InstaReload: 100% Bonus up to $400

Get $400 on your next deposit to celebrate our Punta Cana Extravaganza weekend!

Deposit between Friday June 17th and Sunday June 19th and receive an instant bonus of 100% up to $400. Simply make your deposit and the bonus will be automatically credited into your account.

$3.30 Sats for the Punta Cana Online Extravaganza

Starting tomorrow, we're holding two satellites every hour for the Punta Cana 15 Packages GTD ($100+$9). Here are the details:

  • 2 Satellites EVERY HOUR.
  • $3.30 gets you a seat.
  • Add-ons and Rebuys available.
  • Each satellite pays out one seat in the 15-seat GTD on Sunday.
     
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