Global Poker Players Love a Sunday Tease

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Global Poker Players Love a Sunday Tease
16:45
14 Apr

Sunday may be a day of rest for many people, but for online poker players it’s a day to wake up early and get stuck into the huge tournament schedules on offer – with Global Poker offering a tease which is hard to resist – the aptly named Sunday Teaser, with a SC$15,000 guarantee!

Last Sunday saw the guarantee smashed, with a massive $20,600 in real cash prizes up for grabs when 206 players entered the SC$110 buy-in tournament, ‘TwighlightVamp’ walking off with SC$4,738 after defeating ‘linelizard’ heads-up, the latter slithering off happy enough with his excellent SC$3,296 payday.


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Global Poker’s Sunday Teaser doesn’t have to set you back 110 bucks though, as there are satellites running for SC$22 an hour before the big event kicks-off – 5 guaranteed seats up for grabs, offering you the chance to win your way into the Teaser and hopefully carry your good form into a deep run and a big payday.

“Teasing commences at 3:00pm EST”, according to the Global Poker gang, and if that’s not enough to satisfy your Sunday thirst for great tournament action, it’s followed by the site’s flagship weekly event the Sunday Scrimmage.

The second part of the of the Global Poker Sunday story has consistently seen more than $50,000 in real cash prizes being given away week after week, launching Global Poker - already well known as the fastest growing poker room for US players –into one of the most attractive Sunday stops on the tournament schedule for serious and recreational player alike.



$weeps cash (SC$) explained

Looking for a way to re-introduce the game to the US market, Global Poker came up with a cunning plan, and…

…here’s how it works

You can play with two currencies, Gold Coins and $weeps Cash (SC$).

  • When you buy Gold Coins we give you bonus $weeps Cash free of charge.
  • Gold Coins let you play for fun, but switch to $weeps Cash and you can play for real money.
  • Cash out your winnings using PayPal.

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Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.Read more

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