The last online poker tournament of 2013 at Party Poker was a very important one for online poker player Kara Scott, who finished 22nd in the World Poker Tour (WPT) Prague Main Event. Although disappointed that she couldn’t do better, the poker pro is happy about her achievements during the year. The Party Poker blog has a number of interesting things to say, and players who want to know more about Kara Scott’s experiences at the WPT Prague Main Event only have to visit the blog.
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Thanks to the Party Poker Advent Calendar, recreational poker players and aspiring poker pros could learn a lot from the world’s top pros. This promotion came to an end on Christmas Day with Mike Sexton, commentator and professional poker player, sharing five poker tips on the major differences between poker winners and losers. The Party Poker Advent Calendar had 25 days in all, and interested players can read poker tips shared on all these 25 days on the calendar, which is available at the Party Poker website.
Dany Willis has made life at Party Poker more interesting than ever by sharing his list of top 10 gambling songs with his fellow players. This list has something for everybody as it includes country, pop, rock, heavy metal, and soul. Besides, each song contains a YouTube link. Players can visit the Party Poker blog to check out this list. They are also free to comment as much as they like on their favorite songs.
As usual, Party Poker offers players plenty of opportunities to win money as it is home to twelve Sunday Major events, each of which carries large prize pools. The events with the biggest prize pools are the $200k Guaranteed Sunday Tournament, which has a buy-in of $215, and the $100k Guaranteed High Roller Tournament, which has a buy-in of $530. Players who are unable to afford the buy-ins need not worry because Party Poker is giving them plenty of opportunities to qualify for these events.
In fact, players who cannot buy-in to these tournaments have two options. They can either qualify for the tournaments by taking part in qualifier satellites at Party Poker or take part in the any of the remaining 10 Sunday Major Events. Two of these tournaments have a buy-in of only $1, which any poker player can easily afford. Although the guaranteed prize pool is only $5k, it is still an opportunity to plump one’s bankroll.