QuietLion Steps Up to the Global Poker Plate as SC$170k Festive Fun Begins

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QuietLion Steps Up to the Global Poker Plate as SC$170k Festive Fun Begins
01 Dec

It was Richard ‘QuietLion’ Brodie’s turn to don the Global Poker colours last weekend in Las Vegas, the Eagle Cup Tournament of Champions winner choosing to spend his $5000 winning package on the WSOP Circuit Main Event held at Planet Hollywood…

Firing two bullets in the $1700, 519-entry flagship WSOP-C tournament, Brodie found himself running deep on day two, but an untimely loss racing pocket jacks against AK saw his fine efforts fall short of the money – Global Poker still very proud of his 90th place finish.

Brodie’s brave live efforts coincide with the countdown to Global Poker’s Festive Specials, a stocking-filler of freerolls, discounted deals on Gold Coin packages, limited-edition avatars and a goodie-bag full of other bonuses for the fastest-growing US online poker site’s faithful registered players.

The GP crew have millions in Gold Coins and more than SC$170,000 in real cash prizes to give away - “a Christmas treat not to be missed” in their own words – and although a December 19th start is the date for the diaries for the Gold Coin and $weeps Cash™ tournaments, they are urging players to check their emails this coming week.


“Players should make sure they have white-listed Global Poker’s email address to get latest offers and promotions right to their inbox”, they say, with some of the great offers having “limited times and limited quantities”.

All good reason for new players to register now with GlobalPoker.com and get in on the festive fun.

The seasonal bonanza will see players battling it out over the classic games of No-Limit Hold’em, Pot-Limit Omaha and Fixed-Limit Hold’em, with the holiday season the perfect time to indulge in the newest offering - No-Limit Crazy Pineapple, a wildly entertaining twist on Hold’em.

Ring Games, Sit & Go’s and Tournaments are all expected to be on the schedule, with buy-ins ranging from Micro to High, meaning there’s something to suit everyone’s preferences and bankroll.

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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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