Online Poker Forum to Host a Heads-Up Poker Challenge

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The Heads-Up Poker Challenge, at Case Ace Poker Forum, should spur continued growth for the online poker forum during the summer of 2005.

With the National Heads-Up Poker Championships on NBC in full swing, millions of viewers are tuning in to watch some of the greatest poker players in the world test their skills in a different poker tournament format. Shows like this have spectators wondering what it would be like to play in a heads-up poker tournament.

Well, now poker fans have an opportunity to test their skills. An internet poker community, Case Ace Poker Forum ( has introduced a poker tournament in a new format to encourage continued growth at their online poker forum.

The Heads-Up Poker Challenge is a poker tournament designed to feature weekly head-to-head matches that will take place over a period of 6 weeks, starting Tuesday May 24th. Registration for the tournament costs only $10, which should make it accessible for players of all skill levels. Each player that registers will be put into one of four brackets (aptly named after professional poker players), and then head-to-head matches will be randomly assigned. The winner of each match will advance to another match the following week within their bracket.

Registration for the Heads-Up Poker Challenge began on May 11, and Case Ace Poker Forum is still accepting registrations for the poker tournament. In addition to the prize money generated by the $10 entry fees, Case Ace Poker Forum is giving a total of $200 to the top four finishers in the Heads-Up Poker Challenge.

The poker forum received a nice boost in its initial subscriber base when it hosted a kick-off poker tournament on May 1, and now the creators of the online poker forum are looking for continued growth. Case Ace Poker Forum has already given away over $1,500 worth of additional prizes in its first two tournaments, and, if the Heads-Up Poker Challenge is any example, it appears that the innovative management team at Case Ace Poker Forum will continue to offer new tournaments and additional prizes in the foreseeable future.

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