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It’s a Halloween $200,000 Treat At UltimateBet Poker

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Oct/31/2008

Forget the candy!  Want the chance for a cool $200,000 this Halloween?  Take part in UltimateBet.com's Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament TONIGHT (Here)

"We're handing out movies and $200k seats this Halloween," the UltimateBet website howls.

"Don't worry about begging for candy at the home of that really old and equally creepy neighborhood cat lady. The wickedly good treats are at UltimateBet this Halloween.

"Play in our Spooky Hold'em Extravaganza tournament this Friday, October 31st at 8:30pm ET. We're charging $30 for this one and we'll award the top 5 finishers with seats in Sunday's $200k."

Extra Treat: Finish first in the Texas Hold'em tourney and you'll win the following frightening motion pictures for your DVD collection:

Friday the 13th (first 8 movies in the series)

A Nightmare on Elm Street (full collection)

SAW Trilogy

Satellites will be running early in the morning on Friday.

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