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Ladbrokes Online Poker Goes Social

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Feb/05/2013
Ladbrokes Online Poker Goes Social

UK based Ladbrokes Poker just wants to be liked. In what has been dubbed the Ladbrokes Poker Social Series, the online poker giant is asking for players to 'Like us' on their Official Facebook page or Follow the Official Ladbrokes Twitter Poker account. Social followers will be rewarded with a tournament ticket to the Ladbrokes Sunday Buzz €75,000 GTD 

 
The tournaments are called 'Ladbrokes Poker Social Series' in the lobby and can be found in theLadbrokes Lounge in the 'tournaments' tab. 
 
Ladbrokes Poker also has a generous reward program. In line with the James Bond spy concept, they are offering great loot in their Secret Agent Giveaway. Ladbrokes Poker is giving away TEN Tag Heuer watches, each worth an estimated £1,000, x 5 iPhone 5s and over €30,000 worth of tournament tickets.
 
To qualify for the secret prizes , players must 'Infiltrate' Ladbrokes Poker and play Sit n Go tournaments. The window of opportunity to strike opens on the 15th January and will remain so for the duration of one month, closing on the 15th February. Each users play 10 Sit n Gos they will receive a scratchcard.
 

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