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DoylesRoom Ushers in May with $1 Million in Guarantees and Another $65k Rake Race

Written by:
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Published on:
May/05/2011
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After giving away $195,000 to online poker players over the last three months, DoylesRoom is upping the ante by putting another $65,000 in free money on the line in May through their Race to the Top promotion. Players from all over the world – including the United States – are invited to take part in the competition.

This month, thanks to a number of enhancements, earning points will be even easier. The online poker site now boasts over $1 million in guaranteed tournaments throughout the month of May, giving players more opportunities to collect leader board points. Also returning to DoylesRoom this month is the Happy Days promotion, offering players twice as many points toward the Race to the Top leader board every weekend in May.

Poker players can also earn even more points playing Punta Cana Poker Classic satellites and by taking a seat in DoylesRoom's revamped tournament schedule which now includes: a nightly $3,500 GTD tournament at 9pm; a $7,500 weekly GTD every Saturday at 8pm; a $15,000 weekly GTD tournament on Sundays at 9pm; and a number of specially announced tournaments.

To win a piece of the $65,000 Race to the Top prize pool, online poker players need to keep playing at the real money cash tables. The more rake a player generates, the more points they’ll collect and the higher they’ll move on the Race to the Top Leader Board.

At the end of the month DoylesRoom.com will pay the top 350 players who earn the most Leader Board Points a total of $65,000. The player who earns the most points will win $7,500 in cash.

Online poker players without a DoylesRoom.com account can take part in May’s $65,000 Race to the Top contest by downloading the free online poker software from DoylesRoom.com.

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